tr. & intr.v.air·dropped, air·drop·ping, air·drops
(third-person singular simple present airdrops, present participle airdropping, simple past and past participle airdropped)
airdrop - Computer Definition
Apple's local wireless sharing capability introduced with Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion). AirDrop was added to Apple's mobile OS as of iOS 7 to allow people to share files via Wi-Fi with other Apple users in the vicinity (see iOS versions). For example, AirDrop lets people share information in a meeting or photos at an event and even play games with strangers. See AirPlay.