AirDroid 2 Hits Beta Phase, Offers Access From Any Network

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  • 10 Dec 2012
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  • AirDroid is famous for being a comprehensive remote management app that will allow you to access the content on your Android device using a desktop web browser. It’s true that there are a few similar apps out there, but this one has a bunch of nifty little extras.

    It comes with a file manager, app installations, a photo browser and more all of that is the version 2.0 of the app. This AirDroid 2 release has hit beta phase and offers access from any network, among others. We’re only dealing with an invitation-based beta, sadly. The team behind AirDroid is claiming that by using their app you’ll be able to create an account and log into the remote management console of your Android handset from just about anywhere in the world.

    You’ll get very accurate screen control and you’ll play with your device wherever you are. You can sign up for a beta trial of the app right here and invitations are going out as we speak, so sign up to get one. The beta lasts 3 months. The original AirDroid is a free app, that takes up just 3.7 MB of space and handles the wireless management of your Android handset, with drag and drop, cut/paste, rename and delete files from the SD card supported.

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    SOURCE: Android Police
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