Last Updated on 11/10/2015 by Chris Gampat
While some of us just use email, dropbox, Google Drive, or other apps, a new mobile phone app for sharing images peer to peer style between mobile devices is hitting the market today. It’s called FotoSwipe. and it emphasizes a drag and drop feature to share images from one device to another. To do this, “the app uses one-time and time sensitive proximity codes and location-based technology to help ease the fear of personal photos landing in the wrong hands.” according to the press release.
The company claims that users can share unlimited photos or videos just by swiping without having to worry about security. To do this, your photos are protected by a time-sensitive proximity key for users who don’t swipe to receive within 15 secs. Multiple user sharing is also possible with a one-time social sharing code.
Hey, at least now you have less of a reason to screenshot on Snapchat, right? For the more professional photographer amongst us, Fotoswipe could be a cool way to share images and moments at a party or wedding. That way, you don’t need to flood Instagram with the hashtag #omgbestweddingevaaaaarrrrr
Both iOS and Android users will be able to download it today. The intro video is after the jump.