How to do you share files Mac to Mac? Or, Mac to iPhone or iPad? Or, iPhone or iPad to Windows PC? One of the easiest ways ever is the Flick app for Mac (and iPhone and iPad, Windows PCs, even Linux PCs). Flick means what you think it means. Simply flick a file from one device to another with your finger.
You won’t have to worry about connectivity issues, or figuring out where to put a file or photo or movie that you flick from one device to another. Flick takes care of all that by using WiFi and Bluetooth to connect to nearby devices. That means you can easily share files, documents, photos, images, music, videos with a finger flick from one device to another.
For files that go from Mac to iOS devices they can be opened using the Open in… another app feature.
Flick can also be used to move photos, videos, notes, and even contacts between iOS devices to to the Mac and Windows PCs. The iOS version of Flick also lets you take a photo and share it to other devices. Received photos are sent to the Camera Roll automatically.
The Mac App Store version of Flick is free, but the version for the iPhone and iPad will cost you a buck. There’s a built-in option to play Tic Tac Tow with other nearby Flick users. It’s interesting that the Mac version is free while there’s a price tag for the iPhone and iPad version. It’s in the numbers. More of the latter than the former.