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This Android app is charmingly anachronistic. Instead of simply letting you transfer files to others over the internet, Yves Raimond built an app that uses actual locations to provide downloads. Using the phone’s GPS, you cache the file to specific coordinates or an address, and anyone else with the app can download that file if they’re in the same place. It’s a virtual dead drop!

[via CNET]

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