- Oct 6, 2011
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BitTorrent was the first peer to peer client to use the BitTorrent protocol. Of course it wasn't invented to share illegally downloaded movies, music, and software, but this is what it is known for now. Today the mega client released an Android app that allows you to share Photo's and Videos quickly and easily between phones. This is super convenient for those times you are out with friends and family and they just love the shot you took on your phone and want a copy of the picture.
Of course you could upload your photos to dropbox and share the download link with your friends, but that is a bit complicated and time consuming. You could text the image or email it, but even that can be clunky especially if you trying to share multiple photos or videos at once. If sharing videos you have to lower the quality to share via text and sometimes to share via email.
"Shoot" can share large uncompressed files between devices. It does require you to have the app on both phones. On the receiving end you can choose the files you would like to send. As the receiver all you have to do is tap to receive and then scan the QR code from the senders phone. The app is free and you can send 3 files for free per day after which you can pay $1.99 for unlimited sends. Grab this app from the link below.
via Play Store