AirDroid is such an app that can dynamically change the way you interact with your Android device. This productivity application allows you to remotely manage your Android device, whether it is a smartphone or a tablet, over Wi-Fi directly from a web browser. Of course there are some other similar application available on the Android Market that works like AirDroid but this one is so easy to use, handy to setup and comfortable to deal that make it one the best from it’s own kind.AirDroid also offers many additional features that might take at least a couple of alternate software to manage. You can read, reply, write text massage, play and manage multimedia files, edit or add contacts, check call logs, install or uninstall an app and give to a up to date status about your device and yet more. Through AirDroid, you will only need an Internet Connection and a web browser to do all of these. Let’s have a look.
Before getting started, let me show you how it works. The device owner needs to download and install AirDroid in his device. AirDroid marks a local IP address and a random password out. Then the end-used would have to run an Internet Browser from his Desktop/Laptop, enter the IP address and password and then all set. AirDroid will give you complete access to the device over a Wi-Fi network connection. Very easy and simple process to follow. Now let’s look it practically.
AirDroid is one of those things whose are really enjoyable to use. AirDroid can be used for several different remote access solutions. It doesn’t needs long time to understand neither it’s difficult to configure. Although if you’re an average Computer user and/or have had an opportunity to deal with a data transfer/synchronization software for your mobile device, you shouldn’t have any problem in having control of AirDroid. Luckily, there's no desktop client tasks within the entire method either. As mentioned earlier, you'll be able to access all options from inside an internet browser.
Once you launch the app for the first time on your device, the homescreen will display the IP address, network port and a randomly generated password that you have to use in your internet browser to make the Wi-Fi connection.
On your device, you'll be able to read all the app’s supported options. There’s 6 of them (Device, Apps, Files, Tasks, Settings and About) and they are docked nicely on the bottom part. Swipe the dock to get. From the mobile-end, you'll also be able to specify a custom password, check whether you want to enable the app’s service on boot and keep the Wi-Fi awake or not for as long as you’re logged into a session.
Now let’s check some screenshot from the browser-end.
Check the following video to get more details.