There must have been many instances when you wished that you could magically transfer your computer’s tasks to your phone. For example, you might be looking up a map on your computer and you would want to transfer it to your phone quickly rather than having to browse for the map on the tiny screen of your phone. Similarly, sending phone numbers, texts, and other things to your phone from your computer can be something very useful for the everyday smartphone user.
Here to help you accomplish this between your Mac computer and iOS smart device, is an application called BeamApp.
BeamApp is a two part application that comes for Mac computers and iOS devices. The Mac app is sized at nearly 2 MB and requires a computer running Mac OS X 10.7 or later; the device application is sized at nearly 4 MB and requires your iPod Touch, iPhone, or iPad device to be running version 5.0 or later of iOS. The application lets you quickly click on an icon in your computer’s menu bar and send material to your smart device.
Of the many supported things that can be sent, music lovers will appreciate the fact that the song being listened to on the computer can be ‘beamed’ to the smart device. In a similar fashion, maps, websites, and phone numbers can also be beamed.
- A user friendly applications.
- Has two parts: one for Mac computers and one for iOS smart devices.
- Lets you ‘beam’ information from your Mac to your smart device.
- Lets you ‘beam’ songs, maps, websites, phone numbers, etc.
- Similar tools: MovieShare and AirFoto.
Check out BeamApp for Mac @ itunes.apple.com/app/beamapp/id584769748?ls=1&mt=12
Check out BeamApp for iOS @ itunes.apple.com/app/beamapp/id483512021?ls=1&mt=8