Nikon SnapBridge app for Android released

Just like I reported last week, today Nikon released the new SnapBridge app for Android devices (download link). The iOS version will be available later this summer. Nikon has been working directly with Apple on the iOS app for several months now.

Nikon SnapBridge app for Android screenshots:

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For more information, check the new dedicated SnapBridge microsite.

Press text:

Tokyo—Nikon has released the Android version of the SnapBridge app, which enables constant connection of a compatible Nikon digital camera to a smart device* using Bluetooth low energy technology.

SnapBridge is an app that offers users a number of convenient services by utilizing Bluetooth low energy technology to enable seamless connection of a Nikon digital camera to a smart device, all while consuming very little power.

SnapBridge is available in iOS and Android versions, and can be downloaded free of charge from the App Store and Google Play. The iOS version of the app is scheduled to be available from the App Store later this summer.


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