AirDroid is a useful app for users who wish to be able to transfer files easily between a computer and Android without needing to mess around with USB cables to do so. The Wi-Fi beaming technology have been a real benefit for anyone who has more cables than they can keep up with and wants a simpler solution.
The latest AirDroid 3.2 has a number of updates for users. Some require a rooted Android device, whereas others require use of the desktop app to access the features.
A keyboard feature is one of the exciting extras. It is now possible to type on a computer keyboard and send these keystrokes over to the Android device using AirDroid. Root-level access is needed here, once either the Windows or Mac computer is running their respective desktop versions of AirDroid and a connection has been made successfully with the Android device. Just tap the AirIME binoculars icon to get started.
With the latest update, it's possible to copy on a PC or Mac, and paste directly to the Android device using the AirMirror feature. Both LINE and Skype notifications can be responded to in this way without needing to install either app on the PC or Mac directly. There is also a temperamental screen recording feature which seems a big buggy presently.
To access the latest features, the Windows or Mac desktop app will need to be updated to version 3.3.