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Video: Why Bump should be on your smartphone now

I used to use Bump, the mobile app that wirelessly transfers data between two smartphones, but over time, I uninstalled it. Now it’s not only back on my phones, but has a coveted home screen spot thanks to the latest share-to-desktop feature.

What, No Fist Bump?

Call me a sucker for cool networking tools, but I love Bump and wrote about the Mountain View, Calif.-based back in August 2010. The company’s audacious goal – to bridge the physical and digital world – made a lot of sense to me. Investors, too, liked the company and have pumped in over $20 million into the company.

What, no fist Bump?

Call me a sucker for cool networking tools, but I love Bump. The company’s audacious goal – to bridge the physical and digital world – made sense to me and investors. Since launch, apparently 77 million have downloaded the Bump app, but no one appears to be using it.

How to transfer data between iOS devices

Often, you’ll want to transfer some piece of data — a link, contact information or a photo, for example — from one of your iOS devices to another. Unfortunately, the iPhone doesn’t natively support Bluetooth file transfer like most phones. Luckily, there are other workarounds.

Bump Technologies Raises $16M for Mobile Interaction Domination

Bump Technologies has grown from a novel way to share contacts into a full fledged content sharing network that is moving beyond its bump mechanic. Now the company has raised $16 milllion to further pursue its vision of transforming the way people interact through their phones.

With a New App, Bump Gets a Bump

Bump Technologies recently released a shinier and faster version of its Bump application for the iPhone. As a result, the company has seen almost 150 percent growth in the number of people who bump and times they bump their devices.