Use Air Display to turn your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch into a wireless display for your computer. Increase your productivity with extra screen real estate or mirror your Mac or Windows computer display to your iOS device.
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Air Display now connects up to 4 iPads simultaneously to create unique presentations you drive from your Mac (multi-client support coming soon to Windows too).
You have a bunch of different options to turn your iPad into a second display, but we prefer Air Display as the easiest option. Lifehacker
With Air Display, you can wirelessly extend your computer desktop to gain more space or you can mirror your computer’s screen to your iOS device and control your computer with intuitive iOS touch gestures and/or Air Display’s elegant built in keyboard. Got a Bluetooth keyboard? you can use that too!
And with Air Display 2, you can even wirelessly mirror your screen to up to four iPads simultaneously to create unique training sessions or presentations.
Air Display consists of an iOS app and a separate free app that you install on your computer. Both your computer (Mac or Windows) and iOS client (iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch) must be on the same Wi-Fi network to use Air Display.
Again, only with fewer words:
Wirelessly extend or mirror your computer screen to your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch
Control your computer wirelessly via touch gestures from your iOS device
Type using Air Display’s built-in keyboard or any Bluetooth keyboard
NEW! Use up to 4 extra screens at the same time (Mac only for now)
NEW! Even easier to set up, connect, and get support
Best performance of any app of its kind
Fully compatible with Retina-resolution screens
Both computer and iOS device must be on the same Wi-Fi network
iOS devices: iOS 6 and above
Main system: Mac OS X version 10.7 and above; Windows 7 or 8 (32 or 64-bit); Windows 7 Starter Edition and Windows Vista not supported
Connection to multiple devices is Mac only, but we’re working on Windows even now
App of the Week, Accounting Today, May 29, 2013
50 Must-Have iPad Apps, TIME, April 12, 2013
100 Best iPad Apps, PCMag.com, November 15, 2012
7 Must-Have Productivity Apps for iPad, ZDNet, April 9, 2012
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