Motorola DROID Zap Update Brings Support For Older Devices

Droid ZAP

Motorola is in the process of rolling out an update for its official DROID Zap application on Google Play. According to the changelog, the upgrade now allows all DROID devices running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to send Zaps to other phones. Prior to the rollout, only Motorola’s flagship handsets, the DROID Ultra, Mini and MAXX, could Zap photos to each other.

If you haven’t caught the gist of DROID Zap, yet. it’s essentially a free app exclusive to Motorola DROID devices, which allows users to share photos with friends using a simple two-finger swipe gesture. The service uses Wi-Fi and GPS to create an active over-the-air connection with other DROID devices, therefore, eliminating the need for Bluetooth and NFC to wirelessly transfer a file.

The full changelog for the V 1.1.07 update can be see below:

All DROID devices ICS or higher will be able to send Photos.

If you own a DROID handset running Android 4.0 or higher, click the source link below to download the upgrade directly from Google Play.