AirDroid 3 Beta Test Starts Now

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AirDroid 3 is ready for beta testing, finally! And we understand you’ve been waiting for this for some time already. So here it is, for you ONLY.

The following is a simple guide for you to start the testing, we would like to let you know that every single feedback is highly appreciated and will be handled with caution.

How to beta test:

1. Install AirDroid Android on your Android device(s), and install AirDroid for Windows or Mac on your computer. You can download the apk/exe/dmg files from here:

Airdroid APK:

AirDroid Windows:

AirDroid Mac OS:

AirDroid Web URL:

2. Sign in to the same AirDroid account on your device(s).

Done. You can beta test AirDroid 3 now.

3. Please use the Notification Mirror feature as much as possible on AirDroid Windows or Mac, and provide us your feedback about the reliability so that we can improve it:

Please be well noted  that this is a closed beta package, so please expect some edges and possibly some stability issues from time to time. Our engineers are working extremely hard  polishing AirDroid 3 as much as possible before releasing it publicly.

If your antivirus report AirDroid desktop client as having a virus, please don’t worry. This should be a false report, just ignore it. Because this is a beta version and we haven’t sent to any antivirus to detect it. We will do virus detection before releasing AirDroid 3 officially.

What’s new in AirDroid 3:

The biggest update in AirDroid 3 is the native desktop clients: AirDroid Windows and AirDroid Mac features. Below are the major features in the desktop clients:

* AirMirror

– Control Android from computer remotely, like Remote Desktop or VNC.

– Launch an Android app remotely from it’s notification.

A typical use case: The phone receives a new Whatsapp message and the message is pushed to computer in real time. Click on the notification, and AirMirror will mirror the phone screen on computer, with Whatsapp launched and ready for you to respond to the message.

– In the first version, AirMirror will work out of the box in a few pre-certified phones, but most phones will need to get rooted. AirDroid is working with major OEMs to make AirMirror work without rooting on more devices.

* End-to-End encryption (E2EE)

End-to-End encryption for all SMS, app notifications, contact data, account credentials and other sensitive data. E2EE makes it practically impossible for any 3rd party, including the government and the developer, to access the user data transferred via E2EE. It’s our commitment and priority to make AirDroid safer.

* File transfer:

– Transfer files from computer to Android, Android to computer, Android to Android, on local connection or remote connection.

– Transfer file folder from computer to Android.

– Files transferred by remote connection will be available for download for 7 days, and then will be permanently deleted from cloud.

* SMS:

– Receive and reply to SMS on computer.

– Send group SMS.

* Call alerts:

– Real-time notification of incoming calls.

– Reject incoming calls, optionally with a canned quick response by SMS.

– Accept incoming calls. Call talking is still on the phone, not on computer.

* Contact

– View contacts and send SMS from contact list.

* Notification Mirror

– Get real-time alert of phone notifications from any apps.

– Silence individual or all app notifications.

Other updates:

* Redesigned Android interface

The Android interface is redesigned to make it more intuitive, and also feels more “Android”, less iOS.

* AirDroid Web

The update for AirDroid Web is mostly about bug fixes and stability improvements. AirDroid Web is still as important as Windows and Mac, and we’ll continue to invest heavily on it, but in AirDroid 3, we put more resources in creating the all new desktop clients.

3 responses to “AirDroid 3 Beta Test Starts Now”

  1. srikanthreddy.p says:

    why cant we connect in mobile network.then what is the use of in wifi network when the device is out side we need to connect but u have not update to mobile network support

  2. Mark Heil says:

    Is their a list of certified devices that can run Air Mirror without root?

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