Bump has announced an update to their popular content sharing app, which will allow users to share content between their smartphones and computers. Users can literally “Bump” videos, pictures, contacts and other files from their phones to their computers. The computer’s browser is pointed to a special URL and the files are sent via the app on the phone. The best part, there is no lengthy setup. The app only needs to be downloaded on the phone. At present, file transfer size is restricted to 30 MB.“Those solutions work really well for people who take the initiative to set them up correctly,” Bump CEO Dave Lieb told Mashable. “Bump appeals to a much broader market of people.” Bump initially came out as an app that allowed people to share content between two phones. The app quickly reached popularity and was downloaded more than 125 million times. The app received an update in last May, when users were able to send pictures from their phones to their computers. The update did not allow content from computers to be sent. However with today’s update, this has been sorted as well. Are you ready to Bump your data?
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