How many times have you been in a group setting trying to show photos on your iPhone to several people at once? They all crowd around you but no one has the perfect vantage point, and you try to shift your phone around with each swipe so that everyone can see each image. In fact, it’s Christmas Day today and families are gathered together, so many of you have likely experienced this very scenario at least once in the past 24 hours alone.

Next time you want to show off photos on your phone, you’ll be better prepared. Why? Because we’re about to show you a terrific free app that will add AirPlay-like photo streaming to any smart TV, tablet or computer around you, making it shockingly easy to display your photos in a packed room.

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“Ghump” is a very odd name for an iPhone app, but it’s one you shouldn’t forget. This simple piece of software takes a complex task and makes it remarkably simple, allowing you to stream photos to anything and everything with a web browser in a matter of seconds.

This video explains how it works:

All you have to do is load ghump.com in the web browser on any smart TV, Windows PC, Mac, tablet or anything else with a screen and an Internet connection, and open the Ghump app on your iPhone. Then just point your iPhone at the target screen and voila, your photos will appear on the TV, PC or tablet like magic.

Ghump is completely free to download and use, and it works on any iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

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