Motorola is now pushing an update to the Droid Zap application on the Google Play Store. This new update now brings support for plenty of older Droid smartphones running on Android 4.0 and up. The app only supported the recently announced trio of Droid devices up until now. This is certainly a welcome sign for users of Droid smartphones on Verizon, who can now share photos between each other seamlessly. This is a good move by Motorola to broaden the number of users of the app by making it available to the entire Droid family.
The app basically allows Droid users to share images without the help of Bluetooth or NFC, instead relying on your location/GPS and local Wi-Fi. Images can be sent with a simple two finger swipe gesture between compatible Droid smartphones. As it comes straight from Motorola, the app is completely free and will be updated regularly. So if you own a Motorola Droid smartphone running Android 4.0 or higher, make sure you give this app a try.
Source: Google Play Store
Via: Cult of Android