Export Your Bump and Flock Data Before it Disappears on January 31

Google announced today it would be closing Bump and Flock on January 31, 2014. The search engine giant acquired both apps in 2012 and has decided to pull them from the App Store and Google Play. Bump CEO and co-founder David Lieb made the announcement via the official Bump blog on Wednesday.

Bump iOS App

Current Bump and Flock users have until January 31st to export their data from both apps.

"At any point in the next 30 days, simply open either app and and follow the instructions for exporting your data. You’ll then receive an email with a link containing all of your data (photos, videos, contacts, etc) from Bump or Flock."

Bump iPhone App Now Works With Your Computer

The file sharing app Bump now allows you to transfer videos, documents and photos directly to your computer. The app also allows users to transfer contact info or files to other smartphones by simply bumping them together.

File Sharing Apps

Moving images to your computer using bump is fun and easy: Just install the free Bump app on your iOS device, select the image you want to move, go to http://bu.mp on your computer's web browser, and bump the spacebar with your device. The image will upload to Bump's servers so you can download it to your computer.

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