Bump Now Lets You Share Dropbox Files

Posted January 17, 2013 at 10:20pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 6539 views

Bump, a popular app for sharing information with other mobile users, has been updated to let you share Dropbox files.

Use Bump to share contact information, photos, videos, and files by simply bumping two phones together. Just open Bump, hold your phones, and gently bump your hands together -- Bump will magically do all the rest.

• SHARE CONTACTS: Share your contact info; connect on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn
• SHARE PHOTOS: Share photos and videos with friends and family
• SHARE FILES: Share files or documents stored on your device
• SYNC DEVICES: Move contacts, photos, and files between your devices

What's New In This Version:
New in 3.5.3:
+ Now share Dropbox files!

New in 3.5:
+ Bump Files! Now you can bump any file you have stored on your device (videos, documents, spreadsheets, presentations, files, etc).

+ And don't forget, you can bump photos to your computer by going to http://bu.mp on your computer web browser and bumping your spacebar key with your device. Seriously, it's magic!

You can download Bump from the App Store for free.

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NoGoodNick - January 20, 2013 at 5:29pm
Isn't the whole point of Dropbox the ability to instantly share files across the internet? Now Bump allows you to hold on to them until the next time you meet someone? Or is the idea that, if you accidentally bump into someone in the parking lot, they'll then have access to all your contacts? And Doug4less, "Bump" has been available for iOS for years. Samsung's point is that it wasn't a "built in feature" of the iPhone.
Doug4less - January 18, 2013 at 5:14pm
Great APP... thought Samsung commercial said Apple didn't have this. Much rejoicing!!! Weeeee!
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