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AirBuddy 2.1 (245)


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Name AirBuddy 2.1
Size 48.55 MB
Created on 2020-11-27 01:07:44
Hash 1a17fdff79b5f092f38b841e0fca6e3b46ef74da
Files AirBuddy 2.1 (48.55 MB)

Descriptions for AirBuddy 2.1 (245)

AirBuddy brings the same AirPods experience you have on iOS to the Mac. With AirBuddy, you can open up your AirPods case next to your Mac and see the status right away, just like it is on your iPhone or iPad. A simple click and you’re connected and playing your Mac’s audio to AirPods. Oh, it also makes sure the audio input of your Mac is NOT switched to the AirPods automatically when connecting so you can get the best possible quality.

With the Batteries Notification Center widget, you can also see the battery status for your Mac, including how much battery time you have left or how long it’ll take to finish charging (if it’s charging). The widget also shows the battery status for your AirPods, their charging case, other W1 headsets like Beats headphones and your iOS devices.


macOS 10.14.6 or later

What’s New in AirBuddy 2.1 (245)

Note: AirBuddy will not display an Apple Watch on the list when its battery information is not available anymore, which seems to be occurring more often than it was ever an issue during testing. I appreciate your patience while this issue is being worked on.

  • The app is now a Universal binary so it will run natively on both Intel and Apple Silicon Macs
  • Right clicking a device within the app’s settings now lets you remove it from the list, rename it, and more
  • There are new settings in Proximity > Advanced to prevent the status window from showing up when the computer is locked or sleeping and to automatically close the status window after a delay if it’s not used
  • Opening up the Magic Handoff menu by right-clicking a peripheral on the list will now dynamically try to find other nearby Macs if none is available
  • Magic Handoff will now be more reliable when connecting a peripheral to the destination Mac
  • Significantly reduced Bluetooth LE bandwidth usage for Magic Handoff; to take advantage of this improvement, make sure all of your Macs are running version 2.1 or later
  • Addresses an issue where sometimes a peripheral would not show up on the list anymore after being transferred using Magic Handoff
  • Addresses an issue that could cause devices transferred over Magic Handoff to be disconnected shortly after the transfer
  • Addresses an issue that caused headset parts with disparate battery levels to be shown as a single item instead of separate parts
  • The status window will now correctly display the only bud that’s available for AirPods and similar devices when that’s the case
  • Headset parts for which the connected device is not available will now be grouped together in the menu bar window
  • Addresses several issues that could occur when the Mac was not logged in to iCloud, including not being able to see the status of other Macs running AirBuddy, Magic Handoff not working, and others
  • Addresses an issue that could cause the license key to appear to be truncated in the text field when registering the app
  • The app will now update its icon to a square version when running on macOS Big Sur
  • Addresses some reliability issues when displaying battery information for other Macs and their peripherals
  • Addresses an issue that could cause devices to appear duplicated with different names under the “Devices” tab
  • Peripherals will now show up under the “Devices” tab and have their name updates correctly reflected
  • Addresses an issue that could cause the app to use an excessive amount of CPU in some rare circumstances (27198250)
  • The setup flow is now more accessible for VoiceOver users
  • Addresses an issue which could prevent some checkboxes from working in the app’s settings
  • Addresses an issue where the control used to set keyboard shortcuts would not be accessible by VoiceOver
  • The Escape key can now be used to close the status window and this information is read by VoiceOver
  • The status bar menu window now groups device rows as a single element for easier navigation, clicking a row for a connectable device will connect to that device. The list will not refresh while being navigated to prevent navigation from being interrupted

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