Screen Mirroring Features
Wirelessly mirror your device screens to your computer at up to 60 fps. Reflector displays what’s in the palm of your hand on a bigger screen for others to see.
Reflector receives Chromebook and Android screen mirroring and streaming connections. Use built-in Google Cast on your device to enable screen mirroring, or use the Google Home application to begin mirroring. Reflector appears in the receiver list alongside any Chromecast devices that may also be nearby. Simply select your computer from the receiver list and your Android device or Chromebook screen will begin mirroring.
Reflector can receive mirroring connections from iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. AirPlay mirroring is built in to iOS and iPadOS devices, and it provides an easy way to connect to Reflector without wires or additional software. Reflector works great with all recent versions of iOS and iPadOS, including the new iOS 14 and iPadOS 14.
Reflector receives Miracast screen mirroring connections from Windows, including Microsoft Surface devices. Miracast is built in to most Windows 10 devices, so there’s no need to install or use additional software.
Compatible with Reflector for Windows only.
Reflector allows you to wirelessly connect and record multiple devices at once. Connect any combination of devices. When you connect multiple devices, Reflector automatically adjusts the layout so all screens are displayed proportionately. Mirroring multiple devices at the same time is ideal for side-by-side viewing and comparisons in collaborative environments.
Emphasize, hide or show devices and select device frames all from one central location.