Even though the display of an iPhone and iPad is impressive, playing games and watching movies feel more enjoyable on a big screen. For this, you can mirror your iPhone or iPad to a TV, computer, or media projector. Now, if you already have an Apple TV, there is no need for a third-party app. But if you do not, then you need a mirroring app for iPhone and iPad.
Before jumping on the list, first lets understand the difference between Screen Mirroring and Casting. As the term suggests, screen mirroring creates a mirror image of your iPhone or iPad. Hence, whatever is happening on your device is reflected or mirrored on the bigger screen. Unlike mirroring, casting involves a digital media player through which your TV receives content wirelessly.
As you are clear with the basics, Let’s explore list of the best iPhone mirroring apps of 2020.
- Screen Mirroring – TV Cast
- Screen Mirror for Chromecast
- ApowerMirror – Mirror&Reflect
- AirServer Connect
- Screen Mirroring: LetsView
#1. Screen Mirroring – TV Cast
Corporate world demands frequent meetings and presentations, and therefore, to give the best performance in your office, Screen Mirroring is one of the must apps on your iPhone or iPad. Apart from presentations, you can use this app to cast photos and videos to your TVs; stream movies; and cast YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook content.
However, the app developer disclaims that the app is not suitable for playing games on your TV. This is due to normal delay time of 5 to 6 seconds.
Price: Free (In-app purchase starts at $3.99)
#2. Screen Mirror for Chromecast
With Screen Mirror for Chromecast you can mirror your iOS videos, documents, presentations, and games. Moreover, the app allows you to mirror your screen with full resolution and quality.
You can use this app free for a week, and then, you have to pay monthly subscription.
Price: Free (In-app purchase starts at $1.99)
#3. ApowerMirror – Mirror&Reflect
Apart from your iOS devices, ApowerMirror works excellently on Windows and media projectors. You can achieve brilliant results when you wish to display videos, photos, and documents you have stored on your iPhone. Must use during business meetings and PowerPoint presentations in offices.
The app also helps you share screen and control your computer/Mac from your iPhone or iPad. In your presentation, you don’t need a remote control to change slides; your iPhone is your remote to control PowerPoint during the presentation.
#4. Screen Mirroring: LetsView
LetsView is a perfect iPhone mirroring solution for both parents and kids. For parents, they can use this app in their business and job; and kids can make the most of this app in their education. Before you go ahead, check that your devices are connected to the same Wi-fi network.
The app is known for its effective communication between the iOS devices and computers/TVs/media projectors. You can connect your device from Control Center on your iPhone or iPad. Simply tap on “LetsView + your device’s name” after tapping Screen Mirroring option available on Control Center.
#5. AirServer Connect
When you are surrounded by a complicated network, you can rely on AirServer iPhone mirroring app. You can quickly discover AirServer Connect on a busy network. Moreover, this app is useful when you are working for a chain of schools and businesses.
With easy to connect technology, AirServer uses QR code. On your computer, you need to download AirServer software. Once you have AirServer on both your devices, you can scan the QR code and your iOS device will be connected to your computer, where you can mirror your phone.
That’s all, mate!
Screen mirroring allows you to watch your content on the bigger screen of your smart TVs, projectors, and computers. In addition to education and business, the apps listed above can be used for entertainment as well.
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Which app would you like to use to mirror your iOS devices? Share your experience with us in the comment section.