Android File Transfer for Mac – Free transfer files between Android and Mac
On Windows, you can connect your Android device to computer using a USB cable and then explore your files, just like other external devices. That means you won’t need extra software to transfer files between your Android device and Windows PC. However, Mac is different, it’s annoying. Luckily, there is a free Mac app called Android File Transfer.
Android File Transfer is a free app designed to transfer files between Android devices running Android 3.0 or later and Mac computers running Mac OS X 10.5 or later. You can also browse and move the assorted files and folders on your Android devices, create new folder, delete files or folders.
Using Android File Transfer is time-efficient, and you can make sure everything on your Android device is organized the way you want. This app works with all Android devices made by Google, Samsung, HTC, Motorola, LG, Sony, Sharp, Acer, ASUS, Fujitsu, HP, Kyocera, Pantech, NEC, TCT Mobile, Huawei, Xiaomi and ZTE.
Android File Transfer Pros and Cons
Lightweight and easy to use.
4GB file size limit on transfers.
Cannot transfer contacts info.
Cannot import iTunes content.
Transfer files using Android File Transfer
Step 1:?Download the Android File Transfer from https://www.android.com/filetransfer/, and start to install it on your Mac, then drag it into the Applications folder before launching the app.
Step 2: Plug your Android device into your Mac using a USB cable, the Android File Transfer will automatically detect your device. After that you can browse and transfer files between your Mac computer and your Android?device.
TunesGo for Mac
There is another software might be even better helping you transfer files between your Android device and Mac, that is TunesGo for Mac. The TunesGo for Mac enables you to transfer contacts, photos, videos and more between Android device and Mac. Moreover, you can use TunesGo for Mac to sync all media files from your iTunes library to your Android device, including music, playlists, movies, tv shows, itunes u, and podcasts.