AirDroid 3 Final Build Goes Live with Wireless File Transfer and More

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It hasn't been long since AirDroid3's beta version went under testing for Windows and Mac. That was in the starting of this week. However, new reports are now emerging stating that the app's final build has now gone live with a host of features to account for it.

As expected, this latest version of the popular management app aims at enhancing the multitasking capability between the user's smartphone and desktop computer. It comes with an updated UI and some new features. Although the biggest change remains as the addition of stand-alone clients for Windows and OS X.

AirDroid 3 Final Build Goes Live with Wireless File Transfer and More

"Three years ago, AirDroid released its very first version in an effort to manage your android device simply by a web browser without cable. after 3 years, many users really want more than that, one of the strongest voice is: I want to reply WhatsApp msg via AirDroid, I want to control my android device by mouse and keyboard. WE HEARD YOUR VOICE, we do," the official post for the same states.

With the new AirDroid 3, multi-screen activities become easier than usual. The new app ensure that you won't miss any important messages while focusing on your work. You could receive/reply SMS on computer. And most importantly, you can put your android device under full control by mouse and keyboard, even without your phone with you.

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A new feature of the AirDroid 3 is the Air-Mirror. AirMirror allows you to mirror the whole screen of your Android device to computer, and interact with all the apps installed using the computer's mouse and keyboard.

You can download the AirDroid 3 app from here. Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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