Happy New Year from all of us at bitpuf!
We’re launching into 2017 with a fresh look. Version 1.3 is now available and it makes bitpuf even simpler and more convenient.
What’s new for 2017? Powerful productivity and effortless exchange!
All Your Content, One View, Always Current
With images and files now displayed together, you present all of your content in a single gallery view.
This makes bitpuf perfect for visual work and projects that involve multiple content types. It’s all right there for you to see. And updates are reflected instantly.
No Account Needed
Viewers don’t need an account—they just tap a link to see your Clip! They can even send you comments.
Better Business with bitpuf
You probably know that bitpuf is great for sharing personal content like photos and videos.
But did you know that businesses and professionals like using bitpuf to exchange confidential documents, contracts, and other sensitive content like invoices, signed forms, tax or financial data?
Instant Delivery, No Digital Footprint
Most electronic exchanges leave digital footprints. In-person exchanges do not.
Using bitpuf, you get the benefits of both: it’s like having a sealed envelope hand-delivered instantly.
|Control version dispersion
There’s nothing more frustrating and less efficient than trying to keep track of shared documents or files. When you are working with a team, bitpuf makes it simple‐-updates are reflected instantly so everyone will always be accessing the latest version.
|Keep content secure
When sharing with other bitpuf users, you maintain tight control over access. To view your content, viewers must login.
You can also share content via a link to make your content accessible without logging in.
It’s your choice.
There’s no need to switch to a messaging app to communicate. You can comment right in the bitpuf app.
Of course, there’s no better way to keep your content secure than to make it go away after it’s reached its recipients.
With bitpuf, you can get very granular and set your expiration time down to the hour.
And once it’s gone, it’s gone.
We don’t archive.