MacDroid: Ultimate Android File Manager Available For macOS

MacDroid is the ultimate Android file manager that is available for macOS. It was created by Electronic Team Inc. and aimed to enable Mac users to transfer files from Android devices. Whether it’s videos, documents, audio files, or any type of extension, with MacDroid, you can transfer files in no time. 

Unfortunately, Mac users have no built-in option to enjoy their Android files on their devices, but fortunately enough, with MacDroid, that impediment is gone. The app comes with a 7-day trial for the Pro version, which comes with top-of-the-line features that enhance the ability and facilitate both-way transferring of files. MacDroid is constantly being updated with new features and also improvements that make the app more efficient and faster. It comes with support for the latest Apple Silicon (M2 chips).

MacDroid comes with support for both transfer protocols, MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) and ADB. The second option is the most suitable when it comes to transferring speeds; however, it might not be supported by your device. This is why users might want to stick to MTP if their device is older or if issues occur. 

Moreover, a USB cable is needed for the process, as it needs to connect the Android phone to the Mac. This way, users can mount their Android devices as a disk, thus having access to all of their files. Mounted Android phones can be accessed through the Finder application on the Mac, and files can be simply dragged and dropped to begin the transfer process.

If you are someone who prefers to do things on the go, with MacDroid, you have the possibility of editing files directly from your Android’s phone storage. This means that you won’t have to copy the files over your Mac and can simply use them while located on your device. This is a great method to save time and of course, space.  

MacDroid also comes with full folder support, which means that you can manage your files and transfer them in a matter of seconds rather than individually selecting each file and copying it over. Whether you choose MTP or ADB, you are going to blast using MacDroid to transfer all of your important information from Android to Mac. 

Jenna Jose
Jenna Jose
Jenna Jose is an experienced gaming editor with a journalism degree and a passion for RPGs and strategy games. She's your go-to source for the latest gaming news and comprehensive game lists. Off the clock, she's all about retro games and board game nights.


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