Sharing files between different mobile operating systems has never been quite as easy as it should.
Due to a confusion of choice, settings and opposing technologies, it has typically been a headache when trying to do something so simple as share a file via Bluetooth between an iPhone and a Lumia. To combat this, a number of developers have produced scores of apps that purport to end the problem, most recently joined by controversial online concern BitTorrent with its app ‘Shoot’, as reported on GSMArena.
Available for Windows Phone, Android and iOS, Shoot allows users to either send or receive images, and is laid out in an exceptionally easy to understand manner. Currently, only the first three sends are free for the user, following which there is a one-time payment of $1.99 to unlock the full app, and unlimited sharing.
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