AirDroid

AirDroid v3.1.4 updated to allow easier file transfer with Desktop Widget

The last AirDroid update released back in June had finally brought Telegram and Kik message reply support. The AirDroid v3.1.3 also added support for Samsung devices. This time, the company decided to improve the AirDroid desktop client to allow easy drag-and-drop function.  With the update, you can simply drag and then drop files to the file transfer module according to the AirDroid team.

New AirDroid update brings Telegram, Kik message reply support

Remember the AirDroid v3.1.3 update released last week? That version has a quick follow-up, adding support to Telegram and Kik when it comes to message reply. Sand Studio, the developer behind the app, has been working on message reply support for several instant messaging apps as requested by the avid users. The developers did their best but encountered some issues while working on Hangouts, Viber, and Line.

AirDroid v3.1.3 update released, now supports Samsung devices

During the last update in January, AirDroid finally received support for Android 5.0 Lollipop. That was a month after the AirDroid 3 was officially released and after months of being in the works. The update was very much welcome but unfortunately for some Samsung devices, it was not made available to the owners. The developers have been trying to improve the app, especially the AirMirror feature, and finally, it now supports Samsung.

AirDroid receives another update, Android 5 support added

The official AirDroid 3 went out of beta before 2014 ended and the app recently received an update from its developer Sand Studio. The tool now has some new features: Android  5 support in AirMirror, notification blocking from any app on the computer, notification action support for Notification mirror, and dismiss notifications in the Android notification bar on computer, at least for those devices running Android 4.3.

AirDroid 3 Beta version now ready for download, testing

We already knew AirDroid 3 is coming and now, the AirDroid team is happy to announce that its Beta version is now ready for testing. It’s only been a month since we learned that a new AirDroid is coming but what makes this one even better is the fact that it will have Mac OS and Windows clients.

AirDroid 3 in the works

I know how much you love your Android but you know the mobile platform still has its limitations. Google may be pushing towards Material Design to change the direction of Android but while it's still here, it's good to manage the mobile OS from a web browser.

AirDroid 2 exits beta with device management from a desktop browser

AirDroid is an Android app that allows you to manage your smartphone using a regular desktop browser. Using the app will allow you to do things such as transfer files, however it also has some slightly more interesting features such as being able to send and receive SMS messages from that same desktop browser. That said, the folks at Sand Studio have recently rolled out the latest update for AirDroid, which has landed in the Google Play Store as version 2.0.

AirDroid v2 Beta now available with Find Phone and Camera access

The AirDroid app is currently available in the Google Play Store. However those looking to play with the upcoming release can grab the APK file and get in on the beta access. The AirDroid beta is version 2, which up until recently, was available only with an invitation. Well, the invitation-only requirement has been lifted and that means you can now play with AirDroid v2 and the new features including remote camera access and Find Phone.
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