AirDroid 3 is Now Official, Brings “Continuity” from Android to PCs and Viceversa (Video)

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  • 04 Dec 2014
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  • As you probably know, this year Apple introduced the concept of Continuity and Handoff, allowing users to start working on their Macs and continue on iOS devices and viceversa. Of course, Android users scoffed at the idea and wished they could get a piece of the action, too. Well, there’s now AirDroid 3 for that.

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    3 years ago AirDroid launched its first version, trying to allow users to manage their Android devices via a web browser on the PC. After 3 years, AirDroid 3 brings a ton more features, aside from the old ones. People wanted to reply to WhatsApp messages via AirDroid and wanted to control their Android device via mouse and keyboard, so that’s integrated in the new version of the software.

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    AirDroid 3 makes the multi screen experience easier. You can reply to texts on the computer and use the keyboard and mouse for control. A new feature in AirDroid 3 is AirMirror, that mirrors the whole screen of the Android device to the computer and interacts with all the apps installed, using the computer’s mouse and keyboard. You can also get notifications on your PC or Mac from the handset and even transfer files with a simple drag and drop.

    You can download the handset client here and the PC client here.

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    SOURCE: blog.airdroid.com
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