It’s designed with the vision to bridge the gap between your Android device and web browser, on desktop computers or tablet devices, on Windows or Mac.
Files: Transfer files between Android devices and computers. Cut, copy, paste, search, rename or delete files on the SD card.
SMS: Read, send, forward or delete SMS messages.
Applications: Install, uninstall, backup, search apps and do batch processing.
Photos: Preview, delete, import, export, set as wallpaper and photos slide show from desktop.
Clipboard: Share clipboard text between desktop and device.
Contacts: Group, search, create contacts, check and delete call logs.
Ringtones: Search, preview, import, export, delete and customize ringtones for phone calls, notifications and alarms.
Music: Play, search, import, export, delete, or set as phone call, notification and alarm ringtones.
AirDroid should be compatible with most Android devices running Android 2.1 or later (4.0 is not well supported yet). The Web Desktop should be compatible with most modern web browsers, including Chrome 12 or later, Firefox 3.6 or later, Safari 5.0 or later (For best performance IE is not recommended).
Download and install AirDroid app on your Android devices (here), start the app and open your favorite web browser, input the address and Dynamic Password to login to AirDroid Web Desktop.
NOTE: The Android device and computer need to be connected to the same WiFi network to be able to connect.
* Open AirDroid on your Android device and tap Start. The web address (looks like http://192.168.xxx.xxx:8888) to visit will be revealed, and a new Dynamic Password will be generated or the Predefined Password will be displayed (looks as predefined).
* Open your favorite web browser to visit the web address above. Enter the Dynamic Password or Predefined Password from the previous step and click Login.
* You'll login to the AirDroid Web Desktop.