“Brand new” Bump 3.0 arrives in Android Market

“Brand new” Bump 3.0 arrives in Android Market

Three years after making its initial debut in the world, Bump 3.0 arrives in the Android Market.  Touted by the developers as a “brand new” Bump, the application has been completely overhauled and simplified.  After examining the usage habits of its millions of users, the app now focuses on sharing contact information and photos first.  That’s not to say that they got rid of all the other stuff, they just simply hiding them behind swipable layers.  Bump 3.0 also puts added emphasis on the mutual friend discovery feature that made its debut in the 2.0 release, something the team is quite fond of.

So what’s next?  With Bump 3.0, we think we’ve built the absolute best way to share contacts or photos in-person with others, in a way that is simple and delightful.  But our goal is to build tools that make all your device-to-device connections and interactions as meaningful and as simple as possible, so we have a lot more coming down the pipe.

 

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Download Bump 3.0 from the Android Market

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