Ghump For iOS Can Display Photos On Any Internet-Connected Screen

Ghump For iOS Can Display Photos On Any Internet-Connected Screen

iOS: When you want to show your friends and family some photos, even the most fabulous of phablet screens may not be big enough. The Ghump app for iOS makes viewing your photo gallery on a bigger screen incredibly simple.

The app, created by Pedro Correia, uses a simple system to transfer your photos to any screen you can pull up a web browser on. Once you’ve downloaded the app, all you need to do is go to the web site in any web browser. You’ll see a large QR code that you scan with the app on your phone and then you just select the photos you want to display on the big screen. It’s great for showing a large group your photos, and also especially useful for quickly saving a bunch of photos to your computer. Keep in mind, however, that your images are stored on the Gump servers for 24 hours before being deleted automatically, so it may not be ideal for sharing any photos that might be too personal. You can download the free, ad-supported app at the link below.

Ghump [iOS App Store]

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