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Chirp, an app that lets you share links and photos using short bursts of “digital birdsong”, has launched on Android.
Rather than sending pictures via messages, emails, social networks or storage services like Dropbox, Chirp lets you send links to webpages, pictures and other content to multiple people at once, provided they also have the Chirp app installed and open.
Interestingly, it also means that Chirp can receive data via sound too from almost any source, like a PA system, for example.
To mark the release, Chirp has partnered with Topshop for London Fashion Week and will be revealing exclusive images ‘Chirped’ from speakers hung in the trees of Regents Park for VIP guests at Topshop’s fashion show.
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