What can you use reflector 3 for Android?
Use Reflector to wirelessly display and record iPhones, iPads, Chromebooks, Android devices and Windows tablets on a bigger screen. Reflector 3 combines the capabilities of Apple TV, Chromecast and Windows devices to create a powerful, all-in-one mirroring receiver.
What’s the difference between reflector 3 and reflector 4?
The core technology that powers Reflector was completely rewritten for Reflector 4. It combines the latest tech advancements and years of development work to offer reliable, high-performance screen mirroring. Connect any number and combination of devices to Reflector at the same time to create the ultimate collaborative content-sharing experience.
How is the reflector used in the classroom?
Reflector is used in more than 100,000 classrooms around the world. That’s why we created Reflector Teacher. It’s designed specifically for use in education. Educators use it as an affordable way to quickly, conveniently and wirelessly display mobile devices to larger screens in the classroom.
How to download reflector 4 screen mirroring software?
If you already purchased and need to download the software, you may do so below. Simply enter your license key when prompted. Need help? Contact support. Upgrading from Reflector 3?
Do you need Chromecast to use reflector 3?
Reflector 3 combines the capabilities of Apple TV, Chromecast and Windows devices to create a powerful, all-in-one mirroring receiver. * Miracast and Google Cast capabilities vary by platform. No extras required. Reflector works with the devices you use every day and doesn’t require any adapters or cables.
What kind of adapters do I need for reflector?
Reflector works with the devices you use every day and doesn’t require any adapters or cables. Reflector is completely wireless, so you can leave the cables and adapters behind. How it works. Reflector communicates with devices that use Google Cast, Miracast and AirPlay mirroring.