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Connect your AirPods seamlessly to your Mac with this innovative app


AirBuddy instantly connects AirPods to your Mac
AirBuddy brings the seamless AirPods experience to your Mac.
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If you’ve been lucky enough to be able to work from home over the past year, you’ve probably started to beef up your workspace accordingly. Fancy standing desk? Check. Cable-clutter minimizing charger? Check. Multitasking lamp? Sure, why not.

You might even have upped your Zoom game with a fancy background. But you’re really missing out if you haven’t started using AirBuddy yet. This Mac app makes connecting your AirPods just as cool and easy as it is on iOS.

How many times has a last-minute video meeting been thrown onto your calendar, and you find yourself scrambling to connect your AirPods to your Mac? If you want a seamless AirPods experience on your Mac, then AirBuddy is a must. All you need to do with AirBuddy is simply open up your AirPods case next to your Mac. Right away, you’ll see the current status of your connection — just how it works on your iPhone or iPad.

A simple click connects your AirPods to your Mac instantly. Plus, the powerful gestures and automation allow you to connect and change your listening mode, microphone input and output volume, all without ever needing to open up System Preferences or the Bluetooth menu. Just use a global keyboard shortcut to change listening modes quickly and get an overview of all of your nearby devices.

Plus, if you have a Magic Mouse, Keyboard or Trackpad, you can move it around with a single click — and get battery usage stats so you always know if you’re running low on battery. AirBuddy even intelligently groups your devices based on their relationship to each other.

Get this AirBuddy for $8.99 (regularly $10) for a savings of 10%.

Prices subject to change


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