AirMirror compatibility has been "significantly improved" with Samsung mobile devices, and now most rooted Samsung smartphones running Android 4.0 or above should work without a hitch. The feature will enable you to control your Android device remotely using a mouse and keyboard. It's quite handy for those who frequently have to switch to their phone while in front of the PC.

As well as the revamped support for AirMirror, the team behind AirDroid has also improved the speed when searching for devices on the same network. Android smartphones, Macs and Windows PCs will now load promptly when checking to see what's on the local network. Finally, Booster is now compatible with Android M, which helps you release phone memory and manage processes.

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Thanks, Eric, for the heads up!