‘Bump’ Arrives for Android
Bump is one of those apps used to make us jealous of Apple.Â It wasn’t because the iPhone could do things that our G1s and myTouch 3Gs couldn’t, but because we didn’t have the app.Â If you’re not familiar with Bump, it allows users to share their contact information, pictures, and other fun stuffÂ by tapping their phones together.Â That’s it.
Well, now we have Bump.Â And things are right again.The Android version offers everything that the 1.1Â iPhone edition had, including support for contact and photo swapping.Â It’s a step or two behind the its fruit counterpart, but we expect it to catch up quickly.Â Why? Â Bump works across platforms – Android can Bump iPhone and vice versa.Â It would make sense that they’d like everyone to be able to bump the same stuff.
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