Chirp for Android: Share content through sound transmission

Chirp


We have a thousand ways to transfer files between our Android devices. We may share different content through Bluetooth, Wi-Fi Direct or even NFC if your mobile phone has the chip. But there are also applications that will greatly facilitate this process and, in turn innovate in the way we share files . Applications such as Send Anywhere , Superbeam or SonicShare .

Similar to the latter is the application that we show below, Chirp, meaning Pius (the chirping of a bird) in English, allows us to share photos, Web links and more content through sounds like bird tweets. In addition to file sharing, Chirp can receive audio data through other sources that are not application for smartphones or tablets. A very interesting and novel feature.


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As for the design, the application is very simple. We propose adding a user name and we’re ready to share content , so you just have to press the “+” on the bottom and sync with other device . Simple, right? For more.

I should add that the application is free, and since its launch in Android is very recent, gives problems on some devices, which is solved with the time. However, it is great to have an application for sharing files in a way so curious. Are you going to download the?

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Application on Google Play

Website: Chirp

Article was published in The Free Android (The Android Blog reference. Apps, news, Free Android Games and smartphones)


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Chirp for Android: Share content through sound transmission
Source: english  
September 15, 2013


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