AirBridge - Transfer image/photo, text or URL 4+


    • 2.3 • 3 Ratings
    • Free



Transfer image, image files, text or URL between your iPhone and Mac.
If you want to use AirDrop feature between your iPhone and Mac, AirBridge is here!

Just drag and drop! Or copy and paste!
Your images, text on your Mac can be copied to your iPhone.

Also, you can copy your photos in your camera roll on your iPhone to your Mac.

If you want to put your photos to your camera roll, drag your photos from Finder to AirBridge status bar icon.
Photos will be copied to AirBridge on iPhone and you can save those photos to camera roll from there.

If you are a iOS app/web designer, just copy your work in Photoshop or other graphic tools then click paste menu on AirBridge status bar icon.
You can see your work right away on the phone.

- You should install AirBridge on your iPhone.
- Both your Mac and iPhone should be in same network.

What’s New

Version 1.2

Bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

2.3 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

KiltBear ,

Limited to text and still pictures

I was really hoping for an easy way to send larger videos to my older iMac that doesn’t support AirDrop and took forever to sync iPhotos. Oh well, this does not support sending videos. Very limited use case at this point as pictures are easy to just iMessage to yourself or use iCloud Photo Library.

Some nickname123 ,

Great App

This seems like a great app, fast and responsive, I dont know whats up with all the bad reviews, it worked great for me, does exactly what it says it will do, the only upgrade I would want in the future is to upload from the iphones Camera Roll to Airbridge directly, instead of having to open up the airbridge app first and the ability to send video, airdrop is a joke, bluetooth just doesnt work good with stuff like this. Thanks Guys

GigeECrypto ,

Doesn’t work

I was looking to bridge the lack of AirDrop on both the Mac and iPhone so I loaded this app onto the Mac running OSX 10.9.5 and iPhone 5 running iOS 8.1.2. Both are on same wifi network. iPhone ‘sees’ the Mac but the Mac doesn’t see the iPhone so the two never connect.

Maybe version 0 works great but 1.1 doesn’t work. Lack of any documentation is a drawback, but what does one expect for an iOS app that costs a buck? Disappointed so my quest continues...

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