X-Mirage for Windows is released – Turn your Windows PC into AirPlay receiver
- Date: May 29, 2014
- Author: Jeff L
- Comments: 2
We are so honored to announce the release of Windows version of X-Mirage after 6 months of hard work. X-Mirage, running on Windows PC, 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.
With X-Mirage, everything shown on the iOS screen is wirelessly streamed to your Windows PC in real time.
First, check that you have AirPlay Mirroring compatible devices. AirPlay Mirroring is available on iPad 2 or newer, iPhone 4S or newer, iPod Touch (5th generation), and iMac (Mid 2011 or newer), Mac mini (Mid 2011 or newer), MacBook Air (Mid 2011 or newer), and MacBook Pro (Early 2011 or newer) with Mountain Lion.
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.
As you can see there is a record button on the mirrored screen, click it and the recording of the mirrored screen (namely the iOS screen) starts, so it is a great choice to record your iOS device screen.
Or tap the AirPlay icon in a specific app — Photos, Videos, Music, or any AirPlay-enabled app to stream contents from iOS devices to Windows PC via X-Mirage.