AirDroid is one of the third-party file sharing in the Google Play Store that supports not only Android phones and tablets but also Windows, macOS, and iOS, making it quick and easy to transfer content between these devices. If you don’t like installing apps on your computer, you can also use the AirDroid web app on your browser instead.
To start sharing with nearby devices using AirDroid, you need both phones to be connected to the same Wi-Fi network, have Bluetooth enabled, and have the app open in the Nearby tab. You can then tap on the device you want to connect to, and it will open a WhatsApp-like chat box where you can send and receive files. You don’t have to sign into an AirDroid account to do this. However, if you’re transferring files from phone to computer, you need to log in to your AirDroid account.
Beyond file sharing, you can also use AirDroid for a myriad of other things, including file management, remote control and monitoring, screen mirroring, and even SMS and calls. Unfortunately, some of these features are only available in the premium version.