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Old December 17th, 2011, 11:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I like this app alot and use it in aptosid (linux) works great

AirDroid-Enjoy your Android Experience over the air

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I've used a couple of different utilities for wirelessly transferring files to the Triumph, but AirDroid is the best I've found. My daughter especially likes leaving her phone charging and being able to send & receive SMS messages from her laptop connected to her phone with AirDroid. My favorite feature is being able to easily add new ringtones & notification sounds.
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I use it too
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hmmm... sounds like a useful app. im gonna try it out
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i decided to try out this app, and i find it very useful for managing my phone's content. Although i haven't been able to install apps directly from the market, Airdroid keeps telling me it's installed but it's not on my apps drawer :/
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Looks pretty cool. I just downloaded it and will be trying it out some.
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I will have to try this out, but I currently use WebSharing File/Media Sync
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Looks a thousand times better though. I mean the user interface is so clean and pristine compared to the blocky style one I used to use.
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Remote Web Desktop is the one I use. It's got some neat features on it.
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Looks a thousand times better though. I mean the user interface is so clean and pristine compared to the blocky style one I used to use.
+1. Cannot agree more. It's the few Android Apps I'd recommend to my friends.
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