Bump, the mobile app that’s famous for letting users share contacts and other information between two devices by just bumping them together, has just received a major update.
Bump 3.0 is here!
The third version of Bump gets rid of calendar, music and app bumping. These are supposedly the types of content that don’t get much attention within the app, and are thus eliminated. What’s left for bumping are just contacts and photos, the two most frequently shared content types on which Lieb and the rest of the Bump team intend to focus from now on. As a matter of fact, the only added feature also deals with contacts. The new feature allows for the discovery of mutual friends between two sets of bumped contacts.
Personally I think Bump just needs to get bumped from a viable app.