HandShaker - Manage Your Android Phones at Ease
Developer: Smartisan Technology Co., Ltd.
Current Version: 2.1.1
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Download Size: 10.2 MB - Download
We created HandShaker for you to easily manage your Android devices from your Mac. In addition to a dramatic speed improvement, you can now wirelessly connect your Mac and your Android device for easier management.For Smartisan devices: you can now manage your phone clipboard and push texts to your phone clipboard from your Mac.You can also manage your phone’s external SD card from HandShaker.
NEW: Drag and drop each item in your clipboard
FIXED: Locating error when deleting items from your clipboard
FIXED: UI and UX improvements
FIXED: Multiple other minor bugs
Most Helpful Reviews
Title - Worked! Thanks so much! The instructions were very concise and I was able to backup my music to my Mac! Are you accepting donations? CHeers from Florida
Totally worthless - Unless you read Chinese, this app is of no use whatever. If you run into the slightest problem, the app tells you to see the help file. The Help file is written ENTIRELY IN CHINESE. So I can’t tell anybody whether it works or not.
More Reviews for Current Version
Good APP for MAC with Android - It is really hard to do file transfer between MAC and Android. I used to do it via WeChat, yes, I am in China. And using weChat is ok but not so convenient. Recently I just did not want to do it with WeChat anymore and this app works perfectly. It is quite easy and quick. I did not spend too much time testing this app, i just used it to transfer android files to my Mac and it works perfectly. That’s all I need! Good job Smartisan.
This app works great! Making it work takes just a tiny bit of effort. - AndroidFileTransfer doesn’t work with my Pixel XL but the program wasn’t ever very good. I usually go find a PC to move my files but that is a hassle. I needed to transfer pictures off my Pixel XL to my Mac and found HandShaker. It was easy to install on both my Mac and my Pixel XL (I thought) but then I found I had to fiddle a bit to make it work over USB. I quit the app on my Mac and restarted it, I used the USB connection panel on my Pixel XL to tell it to tranfer files, and after a few tries I got my Mac and my Pixel XL to talk with each other. The transfer speeds over a USB 3.0 connection are wicked fast! I copied about 1,000 high res pictures in less than two minutes. Copied 3.2 GB of other files in less than 3 minutes. Nice! I am running Sierra 10.12.5 and Android 7.1.2. Finally a way to get my files from my phone to my Mac and vice-versa!
Exactly what I was looking for - I’ve been struggling with file transfers between Mac and Android ever since I got this shiny new Pixel last fall. Android File Transfer refuses to work and other apps I’ve tried have been unreliable, and in some cases, the Android piece has been downright intrusive (screen overlays and whatnot). This app has a clean interface that let me drag and drop files and folders between the Android and the Mac. Exactly what I was looking for.
Wow, it works. - I had a problem with Android File Transfer, it would crash constantly - it would stop in the middle of transfers. The issue was bad! Airdroid and Airmore are not a subsitute to USB connection for large transfers. Finally, I found something that just works, and I am moving my gigabytes of music to my phone.
It and Airdroid now thing my device is empty. - I was using handshaker to transfer files to my terabyte, but whenever it would pass through a large amount of data it would give up. I tried this several times, but eventually the app stopped being able to see my internal storage. I instead opted to try Air Droid instead, but now Air Droid and the File Manager both can’t locate any files. Luckily Photos still has my images, but I can’t offload my files now.