Reflector is a wireless mirroring and streaming receiver that works great with Google Cast™, AirPlay™ and AirParrot 2®. Mirror your content to the big screen without wires or complicated setups. Play games, watch movies, demo applications or present from the palm of your hand. Even send your screens directly to YouTube for others to watch live. Everything you do on your device can be wirelessly sent to Reflector!
Stream your favorite shows and movies to Reflector from your phone, tablet or computer. Reflector can be installed on most popular entertainment devices like Amazon Fire TV™ and Fire TV Stick™. Easily share videos from your phone or tablet with others, or pair Reflector with AirParrot 2 in your home theater to stream your content to the big screen.
Reflector accepts wireless mirroring and streaming connections from a number of different devices. Because Google Cast and AirPlay Mirroring are built in to the most popular devices, there's nothing to install on your phone or tablet. Easily mirror or stream from an iPad™, iPhone™ or Android™ device without wires. Once installed, simply connect your device to Reflector and mirroring begins!
Reflector works great with the devices you already have. Install Reflector on your Mac™ or Windows™ computer to receive mirroring or streaming, or install Reflector on your Android home entertainment device. Reflector is wireless and doesn’t require any adapters, cables or complicated setups. Simply launch Reflector and connect!
The Reflector Director iOS companion application is designed to let presenters step away from their Mac or PC and continue to interact with audiences. Use Reflector Director on an iPad or iPhone to emphasize certain screens, or use it to choose which screens are being shown. Reflector Director allows mirroring to become part of the environment, keeping the spotlight on the content that matters most.
Reflector Student was designed and created specifically for use in classrooms and schools. It helps students connect to Reflector 2 over restricted networks.
Also, students can now get a live look at other peer devices from the comfort of their own desks and mobile devices.