A smart app called Chirp has just landed on Android platform! Chirp has been available on iOS for a year, which simplifies the way users send their files such as notes, links or images to others.
In a nutshell, the app converts all your selected files into digital audio and then generates a chirping sound. Your recipient’s Chirp app will listen to the sound and decode the digital data for the user’s convenience.
All the content you send and receive through the app is saved in the app’s history, making it much easier for you to access the content.
You can send links to webpages, images and other stuff to multiple people at once with Chirp, if only the recipients also have the app installed and active.
It’s an easiest and faster way to send and receive data than sharing your stuff through bluetooth, social networks, messages, emails or cloud-based services like Dropbox.
Android users can download the Chirp from Apple App Store for free. The app is compatible with devices that run on Android version 2.3.3 and above.
Chirp download link for Android (free)