Posts Tagged ‘AirDrop’

Android looks like it’ll soon be getting an AirDrop feature to call its own, and an early preview of this feature can be seen in a video right here.

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The next time you think you’re having a bad day, just remember it could be worse. That’s no doubt exactly what one 15-year-old high school student is thinking right now after unwittingly causing a Hawaiian Airlines flight to be grounded thanks to an AirDrop mistake.

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iOS 12 brings the ability to AirDrop password sharing from your iPhone, iPad or even Mac. Here’s how it works.

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You can add any Mac app to the Dock, and as AirDrop is essentially just a macOS app like any other, there is no reason you cannot add it to the Dock, too. Here’s how to do exactly that.

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You can now download popular file transfer app AirDroid on iOS as a cross-platform alternative to Apple’s own AirDrop. Here are the details.

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A viral video circulating around the web claims to show Apple’s AirDrop transferring photos between two flying jets midair at over 35,000 feet.

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Snapdrop is a free, browser-based cross-platform alternative to AirDrop that lets you transfer files between your computer and mobile devices over WiFi. This is how it works.

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iOS 9 plugs a security hole that previously allowed anyone within AirDrop range to install malware on your iPhone, even if you didn’t accept the transfer.

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Although we are now officially on Mac OS X 10.8.1 and enjoying all of the fantastic benefits which Apple’s Mountain Lion operating system brings, some users are just getting around to sampling some of the improvements that OS X Lion brought to the party. One of the features which Apple bundled into OS X 10.7 was the rather fantastic but under-appreciated AirDrop functionality that allows files to be transferred between compatible Macs connected to the same network.

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