AirPlay Mirroring Receiver – Wirelessly mirror everything on your iPhone/iPad/Macbook/PC to a big screen

AirPlay Mirroring Receiver

Wirelessly mirror everything on your iPhone/iPad/Macbook/PC to a big screen

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The world’s first iOS10 receiver! Support the latest Youtube AirPlay streaming!
AirMirror Receiver is an AirPlay Mirroring receiver that allows you to wirelessly display your iPhone/iPad /Macbook or Windows PC on your Android Device. Mirror your device on a big screen without wires or complicated setups. Play games, demo apps or present on the big screen from your iPhone /iPad /Macbook or Windows PC.It’s special suitable for Android TV/Box.
Features:
– Fully support iOS6/7/8/9/10(Support AirPlay streaming and mirroring)
– Support the latest Youtube AirPlay streaming
– Support audio sync with other AirExpress devices. You can archive this by tuning audio latency.
– Compatibility with AirParrot/AirParrot 2. you can use AirParrot mirror your PC screen on your Android Device
– Run in the background as a service
– Configurable network name
– The first AirPlay application supporting Google TV.
– Beam your iPad or iPhone screen to HDMI or VGA projector, smartboard or HDTV via a Android TV/Box
– Take your iOS games to the big screen
NOTES:
1. Please turn off or uninstall other AirPlay application like AirMirror Receiver on your phone because AirPlay use some hardcode tcp port.

See more information and download apk file for android: https://goo.gl/wlnwbG

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