Having already been given a glimpse of what AirDroid 2 is capable of via the AirDroid 2 beta released earlier on in the year, it's fair to say we were very excited by the prospect of the final version hitting the Google Play Store. For those of you that are unfamiliar, AirDroid 2 is the sequel to the original AirDroid for Android, a popular app which let Android users control their devices remotely, accessing and managing most of the features from the comfort of their desktop, or the web. The aforementioned beta of AirDroid 2 gave a teaser of some further niceties including remote camera functionality and a handy phone locating feature, and today, AirDroid 2 steps out of beta and strides into the Google Play Store.
Been put off using AirDroid thanks to the rather odd invite system the developer had going on? Now's your chance to see what all the fuss is about - the invite system is no more and a beta release of version 2 is at your fingertips.