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About this app

McDroid lets you wirelessly transfer files and folders to and from your Android device to your Mac.

Preview photos or stream videos from your Android device without having to download them first.

* Wirelessly transfer files and folders.
* Photo and video thumbnails.
* Preview photos without having to download them first.
* Stream videos straight from your Android device.

Download the free, native, companion McDroid client for macOS from:
Updated on
Nov 5, 2022

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No data shared with third parties
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130 reviews
Juan Faus
July 1, 2020
Does not work at all. I got something when I had my Mac on ethernet and the phone on wifi, did not get anything when both on wifi (same network.) I enable both internal and secondary storage. But both at the Mac as at the phone app is shows nothing under them, not even the folders. They should refund the money paid, could not use it even once!
32 people found this review helpful
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Anica Scekic
October 18, 2022
Rip off. Its impossible to use. The app won't let you get pass the settings. Even when you set everything up and try to exit settings it just exits the whole app. Can't believe I spent my money on this
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Gavin Murray
October 11, 2020
edit: the app still doesn't work. But the developer got back to me and offered me a refund, so that's one good thing i guess. He didn't give any trouble shooting advice, said that the app was probably incompatible with my version of phone or mac.
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What's new

* Fixed issue related to selecting a device (on Android 10 and below) rather than a folder as primary or secondary storage.
* Fixed toggle button states.