Today, the company is upgrading the feature with a new version. It now allows for two-way transfers between a Mac or PC and the iOS and Android apps, not just one-way exhanges from phone to computer. And it’s no longer just for photos: You can use a phone to send videos, contacts or any file stored on Dropbox to a computer, and can send any file on the computer to the phone. It’s nearly as simple as the previous photo-centric version, but a whole lot more versatile.

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Last May, Bump — the iOS and Android app that lets you share photos and contacts with a quick bump of two phones — introduced a feature which let you transfer pictures from a phone to a Windows PC or Mac by going to the company’s website and tapping the phone on the computer’s spacebar. It felt like a magic trick, but there was a technological symphony going on in the background, including multiple geolocation methods, analysis of data from the phone’s sensors and more.

Today, the company is upgrading the feature with a new version. It now allows for two-way transfers between a Mac or PC and the iOS and Android apps, not just one-way exhanges from phone to computer. And it’s no longer just for photos: You can use a phone to send videos, contacts or any file stored on Dropbox to a computer, and can send any…

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