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AirDrop is a fast and easy way to share photos, files and links between your iPhone, iPad and Mac. If you're still emailing photos to nearby friends or using a USB thumb drive to transfer a few Mac files, stop. Whether you have an iPhone 14, an iPad Mini or a new M2 MacBook Pro, AirDrop is a convenient way to transfer files and content from one Apple device to another. AirDrop lets you share photos, documents, videos, audio recordings, contact cards, web links and notes (among other things) quickly between Apple devices. how-to-tech-tips-logo-badge.png Brett Pearce/CNET AirDrop is limited to iOS and MacOS. (Sorry, Android and PC users.) When AirDrop came out in 2012, it was one of the features that separated the iPhone from Android phones. If you have an Android phone, Google has its own version of AirDrop called Nearby Share, which does something similar.

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