Push your Mac screen to everywhere!
Mirror Display capture the screen and create a HTTP video server to allow other computers/devices to connect and view your screen in real time, via WiFi or Ethernet.
( If you need high performance and professional Virtual Display solution, we recommend that you buy our another app: vtDisplay, which is hardware accelerated and allow remote control. )
Run this App on your Mac, you'll get the http address, now open the address with web browser on remote computers. The remote computer can be Mac, Windows or Linux or even iPad/iPhone, and you can make Dozens of computers connect simultaneously!
Yes, you are broadcasting your screen in real time, no matter you are playing games, watching videos, or teaching courses etc.
To Windows user: IE didn't support MJPEG video by default, you need to install MJPEG plug-in for IE. Or you can use Chrome, Safari instead.
Very Important update, every user should update to v2.2 especially if you are using v2.1.
-Fix the bug on Macbook air.
-Fix the bug that may cause image quality reduced on non-retina Mac.
Ratings and Reviews
This mirror as advertised
I ran this using a machine with a 2.3GHz i5 processor and 16GB of RAM and the viewed mirror is a little bit clunky. Increasing the video quality slows it down some with ~1 sec lag, and minimum video quality speeds things up with ~0.25 sec lag. The difference in viewed video quality is huge; meaning it is really poor on the “0” quality setting, very good on the “1” setting, and with everything in between.
I needed a really simple screen mirroring program what would work on nearly anything with web browser on my local network. This is most important to me because the Viewing/Browsing/Watching machine doesn’t need to install any additional software. So, it works as advertised, and the 5 bucks I’m not complaining.
Need some help
I bought this without reading the reviews, BIG mistake. There is no help available. I tried the Mirror Display Support link from this screen only to find that Safari could not open the page. The app should be available free as a trial, then purchase to continue. DON’T spend $5 on this app, instead take a friend to coffee and enjoy a conversation in person.
Read Reviews Before Buying
I should have read the reviews. $5 down the drain as it does not work with my Sony TV, or at all that I can tell as it seems to crash as soon as you open the app and try to connect to anything. I will remember this app publisher and not buy any future products from them if this is representative of their work.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.