Some time ago we told you about the arrival AirDroid v2 Beta, a new version of AirDroid that includes the possibility to control the device through mobile networks.
Previously this application was available in a closed beta invitation requiring a user to test, but this restriction has been lifted allowing anyone with an Android device to download the application.
What is AirDroid?
AirDroid is an application that lets you control your Android device from the computer through the web browser using WiFi networks p 3G.
The application is really simple and has a user interface very well made that mimics a desktop launcher with mobile icons, a taskbar, and controls that allow you to manage your phone remotely.
Among its functions this application gives you the ability to access SMS messages, manage them, and send messages from a web browser.
It also lets you manage contacts, install or un-install applications, browse files, access Google PLAY, and manage music, pictures and ringtones.
As if this were not enough, this app also gives us the possibility of looking phone information from CPU status to battery level we have left among many other things.
News of AirDroid 2 Beta
The latest update of AirDroid 2 Beta now includes the ability to connect to the phone’s camera remotely. With this new feature you will be able to take photos without the need to do anything on the phone itself, and the images are downloaded to the PC you’re using without being stored in the device.
Also AirDroid 2 Beta users can now locate their phone with the push of a button, a feature that we have seen in several antivirus for Android.