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Splashtop Intros iOS Screen Sharing on Any Computer
Sharing an iPad or iPhone screen just got easier, thanks to the new Mirroring360 software from Splashtop.
Mirroring360 allows a mirrored iOS screen to be shared with multiple devices, including other iPads, Android devices, PCs and Chromebooks, without the need for cables or Apple TVs. Once installed on a computer, Mirroring360 acts as an Airplay receiver; users can then select it from the Airplay menu on an iPad or iPhone to share their screen with other devices.
"Mirroring360 allows us to leverage our existing investment in classroom technology by wirelessly mirroring of our fleet of iPads to classroom displays," said Matt Penner, director of information and instructional technology, Val Verde Unified School District, in a press release. "Using Mirroring360 in an instructional setting has shown a direct increase in engagement among our students. Its ease of use and low cost will allow us to make this available in every classroom in a responsible and cost effective way."
For more information, visit the Mirroring360 site.
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