StumbleUpon, the Web discovery platform, has announced that it will add NFC sharing capabilities to its mobile app on Android 4.0 devices.
According to TechCrunch, the app will leverage Android Beam, Android 4.0’s built in sharing feature, enabling users to share their StumbleUpon discoveries by tapping their phones together.
StumbleUpon currently boasts 20 million registered users generating 1.2 billion “Stumbles” per month – 25% of which are made on mobile devices.
Speaking at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, StumbleUpon co-founder Garrett Camp called this move company’s “first major integration with Android.”
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