Bump Adds Web Interface to Share Photos to Your Browser from Your Smartphone (Video)
May 28, 2012 11:47
iOS/Android: Bump is known to quickly transfer contacts, photos and other mobile content directly to another phone. Now the update to it lets you share your content from your phone directly to your browser with a tap of the space bar.
The new feature is simple to use. With Bump installed on your phone head over to the Bump Photo page, select the photos you want to transfer to your computer, and then hit the space bar to send them. The update is free on Android and iOS right now.
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