yooSEND 1.0 for iOS wants to replace BUMP for your file-sending needs wip
YOOSEND Ltd. has launched a free file-sending app for iOS, called yooSEND 1.0. Conceived as a competitor to the popular BUMP, yooSEND offers an inbuilt file manager, sending of multiple files without size limits, and not leaving a copy of what you just sent on any remote server. The developers have also added the ability to “attach” devices to the app. This function is poorly explained, but for what we know, it revolves around keeping a “contact list” of devices, so to say. Thus, users can send files to specific gadgets, instead of live contacts. For now, Android and iOS devices can be “attached”, while PC and Mac support will arrive in the future.
Furthermore, yooSEND uses push notifications to notify the user of new files even if the app isn't running, regardless of the users' location. If you are on a slow network or about to max your data limit, the app's "Pending mode" lets you pause downloading of large files and resume once a Wi-Fi connection is available. Downloads and uploads can run in the background, and incoming files can be rejected. In addition, yooSEND has a built-in document viewer, multimedia player, and file searching function.
For such a fully-featured app, yooSEND 1.0 comes at the low-low price of free, and is available for iPhones, iPads and iPods running iOS 6.1 or later. You can give it a whirl from the link below.
via App Craver
1. UglyFrank (Posts: 108; Member since: 23 Jan 2014)
Does this mean iOS and Android phones can now share files?
3. TheMan (Posts: 336; Member since: 21 Sep 2012)
Let's hope so, along with contacts. It's hard to say the "contacts" shown in the image above means it can send to a specific contact or if it means it can send contacts.
2. yoosend (Posts: 1; Member since: 24 Jan 2014)
Of course you can share files easily, Android version will be launched soon!