The more integrated smartphones become with our daily lives, the more we tend to store on them. We store everything from pictures, music and movies to documents, PDFs, and a plethora of other content. I often find myself needing a quick way to get a single file – and sometimes everything – stored on my smartphone over to my computer.

Generally, it’s as simple as plugging up your phone to the computer via USB. But USB cables aren’t always handy, and sometimes it just not convenient to have to use one. It’s the 21st century – almost everything is wireless, and so shall be your data transfers between your phone and PC. Using the applications in the video below, you can rest easy knowing all your file transfers in the future will be a piece of cake.

Android File Transfer for Mac
AirDroid
WiFi File Explorer (Free)
WiFi File Explorer PRO
Dropbox

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