Airshare is a Python-based CLI tool and module that lets you transfer data between two machines in a local network, P2P, using Multicast-DNS. It also opens an HTTP gateway for other non-CLI external interfaces. It works completely offline!

Airshare is built with aiohttp and zeroconf.


  • Blazing fast content transfer within a local network.
  • Lets you transfer plain text, send from or receive into your clipboard.
  • Supports transfer of multiple files, directories and large files - content is sent chunk by chunk and never read into memory entirely.
  • Lets you send files whose paths have been copied into the clipboard (more details in the docs).
  • Cross-platform, works on Linux, Windows and Mac (CLI and Web Interface), and also supports mobile (Web Interface).
  • Uses Multicast-DNS service registration and discovery - so you can access content with human-readable code words.
  • Can be used as a module in other Python programs.


  • Windows
  • Linux
  • macOS


1- Pip

pip install Airshare

2- pipx

pipx install Airshare

3- Homebrew

brew install airshare

How to use

Send and receive files and directories.

To send using the CLI,

$ airshare noobmaster requirements.txt

To receive using the CLI,

$ airshare noobmaster

or visit http://noobmaster.local:8000 in the browser to download.

You can also import airshare in any Python program. Visit the documentation for detailed usage instructions.


MIT - Copyright (c) 2020 Kandavel A, Mohanasundar M, Nanda H Krishna, Sujin LK


GitHub - KuroLabs/Airshare: Cross-platform content sharing in a local network
Cross-platform content sharing in a local network. Contribute to KuroLabs/Airshare development by creating an account on GitHub.