Bump announced an update to its web version, which makes it possible for users to bump any files that they could from iOS and Android to and from any computer.
"Photos, videos, contacts, files...everything," Bump says in a blog post. "There's no setup at all -- just go to http://bu.mp on your computer, open Bump on your phone, and bump the spacebar key! Bump is now your unlimited USB flash drive that is always with you!"
"No one ever says 'I sure look forward to syncing my phone with my computer!'," the company adds. "We want to change that. Because really, it's the year 2013 -- we have self-driving cars, private space exploration, 3d printers -- but most folks have a hard time getting a video taken on their phone over to their laptop. And who doesn't have a slight twinge of anxiety each time they press 'sync' that the contacts on their phone will be overwritten with outdated contacts on their computer? It should be congnitively simpler."
Back in May, Bump launched the ability to transfer photos from your phone to the desktop. That was the only kind of file it worked with, and you could only do it from the phone to the computer, and not from the computer to the phone. Today's announcement is a significant extension of what was available in the past.
According to the company, the number of users of the web version of Bump has grown 50% in the last two months. This should go along way toward growing that number by a lot more.