iOS 12 and macOS 10.14 Mojave have brought out a new feature where you wirelessly beam a saved website or app password to a nearby iPhone, iPad or Mac using the secure AirDrop protocol. iDownloadBlog shows you how.
AirDrop is a very convenient way to send and receive files between iOS devices and Macs; on the other hand, not everyone uses it. While you can easily disable AirDrop, the feature still clutters your interfaces whether it’s disabled or not.
Those with a jailbreak can hide AirDrop from their device entirely, and a new free jailbreak tweak called AirDrop Disabler by Justin Petkovic aides in this process by removing AirDrop from your Share Sheets.
Did you know you can designate a specific folder for AirDrop files to be saved to, just as you can for your Safari downloads? Although macOS does not allow you to do this out of the box, this guide will show you how to change the default location of files you send via AirDrop on a Mac.