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Share Your Pictures With Friends Nearby Using WP7 Flick + Share App

May 25, 2011 No Comments

There is a cool new way to share pictures on your Windows Phone thanks to Tufty Time’s Flick + Share. It is really simple to use just pick the image you want to share then flick it to either side so that your friend can receive the image. Remember you both have to have the app installed on your devices for this to work.  Try the app free right now on the marketplace.

App Info:
With a simple flick, you can send a photo from your phone to any around you! Instantly transfer that wicked pic you snap at the bar to your friends, or let that new friend send you the group photo they made everyone pose for.

flick+share uses only your location to send any photo you choose from your phone to people around you – No phone numbers, email addresses, usernames, Facebook searches, or carrier pigeons to worry about. Just launch flick it and it magically connects you with those around you – You’ll even get notified when new photos are available near you!

When you receive a photo, you can view it in detail and save it to your local library by tapping it.

Our goal is to make flick+share the best on Windows Phone, but we are working on bringing the love to your Android and iPhone friends soon so that you can share with them as well!

HOW TO SEND PHOTOS
Tap the library button to choose a photo from your phone’s library. Tap the camera button to take a picture now to send.
After choosing a photo, just drag or flick the photo to the edge of your screen toward the phone you are sending to! (The photo will outline in green). Of course, make sure your friends have flick+share open to receive your photos!

HOW TO RECEIVE PHOTOS
If you allowed notifications, do nothing! You should get the photo automatically when flick+share is open (if you are not on the receive frame, you will see a notification bar at the top of the app).
If you did not allow notifications, you need to tap the refresh button that is on the receive frame soon after the photo is sent.


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