Motorola expands Droid Zap support to include all Droid models
Motorola recently updated their image and video sharing app, DROID Zap, to allow for expanded device support. No longer relegated to this year’s Droid models (Maxx, Mini, Ultra), it now lets any Droid handset with Android 4.0 or later. The app provides a quick and easy way for users to send pictures to another person with a two-finger swiping gesture using an ad-hoc network of GPS/WiFi. It’s a different take on the S Beam and Android Beam, however it doesn’t require the need for an NFC-equipped handset.
If you have a Droid model running Android 4.0 or later, check out DROID Zap for free in the Google Play Store.
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