Or you can do things the old fashioned way and use adb to push and pull files via the terminal.
If your Apple computer is running OS X 10.5 or newer, Google has provided a nice little app that allows for MTP file transfer between your Nexus 6 and your computer.
Grab it right here and install it like any other Mac OS application.
Plug your Nexus 6 into a free USB port on your Mac via the bundled cable, and wait a few seconds.
The first time you use it, you may have to double click the Android File Transfer icon to get things started.
Unfortunately, the Android File Transfer application suffers from not being a native Apple program.
It's often slow to load, and sometimes it won't load at all.Our best advice is to unplug your phone and try again if things don't start up as expected.Most times, you'll be able to make it work after a second try.Most of us reading here have a computer of some sort.Maybe it's at home and you use it to play games or to surf the Internet, or maybe it's at work and you do things that aren't nearly as fun as playing games and surfing the Internet.Google has finally baked MTP support into Chrome OS, but many of us find it a little lacking and unreliable.