Thanks to social media sites like Twitter and Facebook, sharing pictures and info has become easier than ever. Still, people are seeking even more convenient ways to share stuff. In response to this need, iTunes offers the Bump app.
No more emails
Bump permits you to forgo the old method of emailing your friends and family photos and files. Rather you can automatically transfer contact details, music, or photos by literally bumping your phone against another phone.
Living up to its name
Bump is appropriately named, as that is in fact how you send files. You open the app, choose the file option you would like and hold your phone against another’s. Then you bump your hands together; this lets the application know that you need to transfer your files.
You may also bump photos from your phone to your laptop or desktop computer. Again, simply start Bump, select the “photos” option in the app, and tap your phone against your computer’s spacebar. Bump will then instantly send your photos to the proper location in your computer.
A popular app
Not unexpectedly, Bump, which was just updated in June of this year, has proven well-liked. The iTunes store reports that the app has been downloaded more than 90 million times. The Bump app is now available for both iPhone and Android phones. Check it out if you want to make sending photos and contact information as easy as possible.