AirDroid offers one of the more Android-themed ways to get files from your computer to your smartphone or tablet. It's green, there's a bugdroid in the logo, and, well—this isn't the point. Besides, file sharing is just scratching the service. AirDroid lets you control your device remotely, accessing texts and turning on the camera. Now the developers have rolled out a number of intriguing features in the latest updates to its Windows and Mac desktop clients.
On the Windows side of things, there's a new desktop widget. It lets you access much of the functionality the main client offers without having to load up the full window. You can see missed calls, texts, and app notifications from a single location. And if you want to send files, the widget gives you a simple way to go about doing that.
Though, the team has introduced an even easier way to get those files transferred. Just right-click and choose Send to AirDroid. From there you just sit back and watch.
Unless you have this many devices. D'oh, accidentally selected the wrong one again!