5 apps for wireless screen mirroring of your iPhone or iPad display without Apple TV

5 apps for wireless screen mirroring of your iPhone or iPad display without Apple TV
To mirror your iPhone or iPad display, and stream videos, pictures and other media wirelessly from there you have to have an Apple TV hockey puck, but what about the times you want to do it without, just using the built-in AirPlay feature? Yes, you can, and there are plenty of mirroring apps for your computer that will allow you to do just that.

Imagine a presentation you have to use your iPad for - you can stream the content wirelessly to the computer that is tied to the classroom or boardroom projector with ease by using some of the methods listed below. You just need to install the apps on your Mac or PC (some even allow mirroring to Android devices or Chromebooks), and use AirPlay to throw your iPhone or iPad screen content at them in real time. Check out the collection below if you are in need of something similar.



1. AnTuTu

Posts: 1596; Member since: Oct 14, 2012

You forgot Beam and Air Parrot Your welcome ;)

2. TechieXP1969

Posts: 14967; Member since: Sep 25, 2013

Haha. With my device, I don't need an app. The capability is already baked into TouchWiz. One of those many great useful features in TouchWiz, where many complain about the effect TouchWiz has on Samsung phones. Android, you don't need an app for that. Your phone already does it out the box.

5. robbiek

Posts: 1; Member since: Jun 28, 2015

You don't understand... these apps are for your computer, genius. You can't just get your phone and mirror it to your computer. You need to have something on your computer to "receive" it. And wow, for once Android doesn't need a 3rd party app to do its job for it. Congratulations.

3. Valdomero

Posts: 660; Member since: Nov 13, 2012

You forgot to mention that these software are NOT FREE

4. hugowright

Posts: 3; Member since: Jan 01, 2015

That's so great. I wonder that FonePaw is another mobile solution provider for iPhone and iPad. Check the iphone data recovery and ios transfer app.

6. colindonell

Posts: 1; Member since: Jul 01, 2015

Hey we are a young Cupertino based start-up and we wanted you to take a look at our product Prijector. We are Airplay for all your devices and works very well for presenting wirelessly inside conference rooms. Please do check us out at prijector. com

7. Danconia

Posts: 3; Member since: Aug 14, 2017

Thanks for a great compilation! I'd add ArkMC. This app allows you to stream all kinds of media from your iphone/ipad to different devices (Mac, smart TV, etc). Works really good, without any bugs, compatible with different formats and user-friendly. I totally forget about expensive adapters and cables!

8. DennyW

Posts: 4; Member since: Nov 11, 2015

Great article and the instructions, thanks! I will just add my experience using ArkMC app to stream/play media on my Sony TV from iPhone. I thought you will be interested as this way of mirroring is also very easy. I have a laptop so it is my server from which I pick the files with the help of the application and send them wirelessly on TV. Most of the videos that I have are avi or mp4.

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