Review: X-Mirage for Windows, released on May 29, 2014, is running on Windows PC and supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. X-Mirage enables iOS AirPlay screen mirroring and AirPlay screen recording both on a Mac and on a Windows PC. You can mirror the screen of your iOS device to a Mac or Windows PC, even AirPlay mirroring of multiple devices is supported. Furthermore, X-Mirage is capable to make an AirPlay screen recording.
X-Mirage for Windows 126.96.36.199 supports iPad (2, 3, 4, mini, Air, mini Retina) iPhone (4s, 5, 5S,), iPod touch (5th generation), iMac (Mid 2011 or newer), Mac mini (Mid 2011 or newer), MacBook Air (Mid 2011 or newer), and MacBook Pro (Early 2011 or newer) and requires Mac OS X 10.6.0 (Mountain Lion) and later or Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.
X-Mirages 188.8.131.52 Features:
- Mirror: Mirror the screen of your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to your Mac or PC, wirelessly. AirPlay Mirroring makes it simple to project the screen of iOS devices to your computer. X-Mirage receives AirPlay contents in full HD 1080p high-definition.
- Multiple devices: Mirror multiple iOS devices to one Mac or PC. You can name your computer to distinguish it from other AirPlay receivers. Invite your friends to mirror your favorite games to the same computer and compete with each other. Sharing has never been so easy.
- One-click recording: Make demo videos, app design or showcasing, record lessons for students, record iOS games, iOS app tutorials. Whatever you do on your iOS devices can be recorded, then exported.
Running on Windows PC, X-Mirage allows you to use that PC as an AirPlay receiver to receive contents from iOS devices or Mac over a Wi-fi connection. In other words, you can stream video, audio, photo or mirror the screen of iOS devices or Mac to this Windows PC, and record iOS screen activities easily. The media control bar allows you to play/pause, adjust volume, fast forward, fast backward, play next or previous directly on the Mac without picking the devices.
Installing X-Mirage for Windows on a Windows PC:
Ensure the devices and Windows PC are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
- Step 1: Download X-Mirage for Windows and install it on your PC.
- Step 2: Run X-Mirage. From the slideshow on the interface you can know how to turn on AirPlay Mirroring on your iOS devices and Mac.
- Step 3: After connecting iOS device to your Window PC via AirPlay Mirroring, you will see the iOS device screen on the Windows PC; you can mirror multiple iOS devices screen to one Windows PC simultaneously.
After installation, you can test X-Mirage for 7 days for free. If you want to continue using X-Mirage for Windows, you need to buy a license (US-$ 16,00).
On the settings section, you can change the name of your Windows PC displayed, optimise X-Mirage for different resolutions, set a password or select ‘Launch full-screen mode’:
Review on X-Mirage for Windows 184.108.40.206:
X-Mirage for Windows 220.127.116.11 works seamlessly for standard use (photos, music videos, iOS home screen, web browser ) on my Acer Aspire 1810T running on Windows 8.1 Update. However, both playing YouTube videos and iTunes Movies and TV Shows does not work at all. This is the same to the alternate AirPlay mirroring apps like Reflector and AirServer. Furthermore, if I try to play games like ‘Real Racing 2 HD’ on my iPad Air, there is a time delay of about 10 seconds and the screen is not split, just mirrored. Reflector app is working significantly better than X-Mirage.
X-Mirage for Windows is a iOS AirPlay screen mirroring and recording app, comparable to Reflector app and AirServer. Like most AirPlay mirroring apps on Windows PC, X-Mirage has a problem with performance consuming jobs like playing movies or games. Hence, my favourite AirPlay mirroring app is still Reflector app: Reflector app is running steady on Windows 8.1 and another advantage of it is the existence of AirParrot. AirParrot enables you to extend your Mac’s or PC’s screen together with the AirPlay receiver Reflector app.
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