MacDroid 1.0 a new Mac utility for transferring files to and from Android devices. Google offers the free “Android File Transfer” application (for Mac with macOS 10.7 or later), which can be used for simple file transfer after connecting the device to the Mac using a USB cable.
MacDroid a more modern software than that offered by Google; allows you to mount internal and external memories of Android devices, and also to edit Android files on the Mac without having to move them first on the computer. No plugins or extensions are needed and all Android devices and are supported Multimedia Transfer Protocol (MTP), a protocol that connects two electronic devices, usually a computer and a portable device.
The utility in question offers two connection modes: MTP and ADB. The ADB mode (Android Debug Bridge) the one recommended for app developers and the one that, according to MacDroid developers, offers stability and speed in data transfer. The simplest but at the same time versatile MTP connection; the latter allows you to connect devices with systems other than Android OS (e.g. MP3 players, cameras or video cameras) as long as they support the protocol in question.
MacDroid distributed in two versions: free and PRO. Both versions can be downloaded directly from the developer's website. The free version of MacDroid allows you to transfer files from Android devices to the Mac.
The Pro version (which you can try for free for 7 days), allows you to transfer files from Android devices to the Mac and vice versa, but also to edit files directly on the device memory (without having to copy documents to the computer first). MacDroid PRO sold with an annual subscription and costs US $ 19.90.