Gogobeans – Sharing your Stuff with a Handshake

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Your digital life is constantly changing, and one new way to manage it, is with Gogobeans, a company which allows you to store information in a digital locker in the cloud and then easily share it by “bouncing” a bean to the person you’re looking to share with.

Now Gogobeans is offering a new shake to bounce application to its existing content sharing platform. Shake to bounce allows you to share content with your friends just by shaking your mobile handsets to connect to each other and then to share. It doesn’t even matter if you’re both in the same room or on the other side of the world.

You can share your files, photos, music, web pages, contacts, or any content you have online. Sharing your stuff with friends, family and co-workers really can’t get much easier and Gogobeans works across devices, operating systems AND networks. Using their iPhone, iPad or Android apps, you can be bouncing and shaking away. Soon they will also have Blackberry and Windows. The creators of Gogobeans wants you to think of it as your own private internet. One location keeping everything you need, and everything you access, at your fingertips.

So if you can’t live without your mobile, then Gogobeans is your new best friend. For more information or to sign up for the free app, go to www.gogobeans.com.

 

SOURCE Gogobeans, Inc.

 

 

One review or comment

Mike Riley Says: March 26, 2011 at 7:50 am

Typical. Companies will quite hapily sell you technology using sharing as the latest gimmick and then in the next breath they will prosecute you for sharing copyright content.

Isn’t it a little like a policeman giving a bank robber a gun and asking him not to rob a bank with it?

If I were to pay for and download a song and then share it with a friend who hasn’t purchased it, I am commiting an offence right there and yet in the description of the device it says you can share music and lets ask ourselves just how many of us make enough of our own music to be worth sharing legally? Certainly not enough of us to warrant the manufacturing of this device.

So if this product isn’t encouraging sharing I don’t know what is.

Maybe it is about time makers of products like these took some share of the blame with all this piracy hoo ha isntead of companies targeting and milking the little guy who’s using technology that these same companies will hapily sell you to do it with.

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