Leef Bridge, First Flash Drive for Smartphones, PCs

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Leef-LogoLeef Technology today announced Leef Bridge, the first USB flash drive for file sharing between Android phones and tablets, Macs and PCs. Leef Bridge is a simple, innovative USB flash drive that allows users to easily transfer files to other devices without the need for cables, cloud services, Wi-Fi or any type of data connection.

It’s so smart. Why hasn’t anyone else been first to make something like this? The Leef Bridge features micro USB and standard USB connectors on opposite sides. It slides within its casing so you can access the one you need.

Leef Bridge USB Drive SmartphoneThe Leef Bridge has fast read and write speeds so you can enjoy uninterrupted video playback from the drive.

“Leef Bridge represents a major technical achievement,” said Jonny Anderson, partner and director of product design at Leef. “With all products we develop, we want them to represent something people want to own, for their functionality, design and style. Leef Bridge makes managing content on a phone as simple as plugging in a USB flash drive. It is really a life hack product.”

Leef Bridge is currently compatible with mobile devices operating Android 4.1 or higher and a micro USB On-The-Go (OTG) connector.

Metago, the company behind ASTRO File Manager – the most downloaded content management application in the Android ecosystem – has teamed up with Leef to release an updated version of their app that provides users with a seamless experience using Leef Bridge and ASTRO File Manager.

Leef Bridge is available for purchase at and



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