This is the official support page of Flick. the app that takes the hassle out of file sharing between devices.

Flick changes the way you share photos, contacts and files with each other. Simply flick files between multiple devices and across platforms by using either WiFi or Bluetooth. You can flick anything from photos, contacts, documents, spreadsheets to notes, and even games. Broadcast a single file by simply flicking it to multiple devices at the same time. Worried about embarrassing photos or content doing the rounds? Auto destruct allows you to set files to destruct within seconds. Flick even has security covered as you decide which files are saved to your device. Once you start flicking you won’t be able to stop – its finger flicking good!

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    • Hi, that is certainly on the cards, and after the launch of our latest app we will integrate it with Flick to support flicking over the internet.

  1. Thank you for the reply. I love the app but I really don’t have much use for it just over LAN. GREAT NEWS to be expecting internet function. I even considered making a vpn connection for my kids’ and wife’s, but found that daunting. I will keep checking for the new feature.

  2. Hi there…

    …I have used Flick on all my computers, including OS X, Windows and iPhone.

    I have since brought a Windows Phone and have noticed that the Flick app isn’t available on the Windows Phone store – are you considering making an app for Windows Phone users please? It would be a crying shame if it is the only major operating system you haven’t catered for.

    I look forward to hearing from you soon…

    Yours sincerely


    • Hi, unfortunately we currently don’t have a Windows Phone version, but we do plan on supporting it in the future…

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