If you wanted to share or transfer a photo from a phone to a local PC, you might have used a cloud-based service. Now there's a faster way to do it with Flick. The company has recently launched a Windows Phone app that allows for a local Wi-Fi connection to share documents, photos and videos from that phone to a Windows, Android or iOS device with a quick flick.
Here's a list of the features for the Windows Phone version.
- Flick photos, videos, notes, and documents to Apple, Windows, and Android devices
- Pick files to send from anywhere on your device, including cloud storage
- Broadcast files, photos or notes to all connected devices
- Set photos, notes and other documents to Auto Destruct
- Save received photos to your library
- Take a photo directly within the app
- Save documents received to your device or cloud storage
- Choose your own wall paper for your Flicktop
- Add files to your Flicktop directly from Dropbox
If you have a Windows PC, you will need to download the Windows desktop app to "flick" from Windows Phone to that PC.
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