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Reflector Airplay Receiver - Mirror an iPhone or iPad to a Mac or PC

Reflector Airplay Receiver - Mirror an iPhone or iPad to a Mac or PC
Wireless mirroring for everyone. Reflector is an AirPlay receiver that allows you to wirelessly display your iPad or iPhone on a number of devices. It’s available for Mac, PC and most Android devices. Mirror your device on a big screen without wires or complicated setups. Play games, watch movies, demo apps or present on the big screen from your iPhone or iPad. With Reflector, everything you do on your phone or tablet is wirelessly streamed to your computer or Android device. AirPlay Mirroring is built in to the device. Reflector is an AirPlay receiver that accepts wireless mirroring and streaming connections. Reflector enables iOS mirroring TO Powerful Features Record * Record your iPhone, iPod or iPad without wires or extra software. Multiple Devices Mirror multiple devices to one computer for side-by-side app comparisons, multiple presenters, competition, screen monitoring and more. Password Protection Password protect Reflector to limit access and keep unwanted presenters out.

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