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It Exists! MIT Creates Tech For Moving Files Across Devices With A Swipe

Swp--pronounced swipe--lets users drag files from one device to another by swiping their finger. And it isnt just a cool idea. Its reality.
Tim Shaya
Tim Shaya • 2 years ago

'Swÿp, a piece of open-source software that facilitates “cross-app, cross-device data exchange using physical ‘swipe’ gestures”...'

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