AirDroid updates its desktop client to version 3.5 with an integrated file manager

AirDroid is certainly one of the best known services for interfacing with your smartphone and exchanging files with a computer wirelessly, taking advantage of WiFi. We had spoken in the past about serious security flaws, then promptly solved by developers.

The project continues to be carried on and here comes other news from the team, Sand Studio, which brings AirDroid a full file manager with version 3.5 of the desktop client. With this update you will notice a new folder icon on the left sidebar: once you click it, a file manager will appear with which you can manage all the files inside your Android device, with features for moving, copying, or deleting Selected files.

As you can see from the demo video below, the AirDroid file manager is well integrated into the program interface and allows you to easily move between internal memory, SD card, and all the photos inside the device. There is no missing view and list or grid and the address of your position within the device located at the top.

 

The update is rollout to all users but if you are curious to try this feature you can download the AirDroid desktop version 3.5 directly from the official site. Below we leave the badge to download the Android app on the Play Store.

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