Shut up about bloatware Everyone complaining about bloatware is an idiot. All manufacturers put extra software on your phone that you cannot delete, all of them. Even Google puts bloatware on the Nexus. Why pre-install a camera app or Web browser? That's considered bloatware if it is not the application you prefer to use. This app is a great tool for low security picture sharing. This is like Bump or other apps. NFC and WiFi direct have to be turned on, this software adds an on demand function that doesn't use much battery.
Great on phone, not on tablet This app is nice for quickly sharing pictures or short videos between mine and my wife's phones. However, it does not work on my brand new Samsung Galaxy A tablet. I'm trying to zap some of my phone pictures to the tablet, and the tablet always reports I've entered the wrong PIN, even though I have entered it exactly. And it makes no sense because it worked 4 days ago, then suddenly stopped and hasn't worked since.
Great App! If you don't have a use for an app it doesn't mean it's a bad one! This is a clever idea to be able to exchange photos between two person or a group of people, next to each other, right on the spot! It's the simple version of sending photos through messaging or email, but in a much faster way!
How to uninstall unwanted Apps. On your phone goto SETTINGS. Click on APPS Slide over to ALL Scroll down to DROID ZAP Click & open DROID ZAP Click on CLEAR DATA Click on FORCE STOP Un-check SHOW NOTIFICATIONS Click DISABLE Now that app is no longer using vital storage space... It's as easy as that and if you want the app to be restored, move from ALL to DISABLED and just click on the app that you want to reinstall and then click Enable and once again that app will come back and take up storage space.
Used to work Loved zap but after getting a new phone, I keep getting an error that it can't connect. It's been weeks. Tried uninstalling, reinstalling, phone is up to date. I can't find answers anywhere to fix it either. So bummed because this is a 5star app when it worked for me
Maybe one day I'll find someone else with this app… …but until then, it's just Moto bloatware I can't get rid of. And no, disabling the app does NOT magically make it stop taking up space. It's still there, it just won't load until you re-enable it. It seems like a completely unnecessary thing for an Android phone because with NFC, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Direct you can tap the phones to transfer just about anything.
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