Turn any Android Device into an AirPlay Receiver with Reflector

Turn any Android Device into an AirPlay Receiver with Reflector

Jul 14, 2014

Have you ever wanted to use your Android device as an AirPlay receiver? That’s what Squirrels has done with Reflector – now available on Android. If you have an iOS device or a computer using Squirrels’ AirParrot, just launch Reflector and your Android device should show up as an AirPlay receiver. Now you can use your phone, tablet, or even TV-connected device, to view your iOS device, Mac, or computer running AirParrot, anywhere. Pretty cool. The app is available now on Google Play.

AirParrot and Reflector Creators Launch Cross-Platform Collaboration App, Slingshot, for Android

AirParrot and Reflector Creators Launch Cross-Platform Collaboration App, Slingshot, for Android

May 12, 2014

Squirrels, creators of AirPlay apps AirParrot and Reflector for PC, have just launched their latest creation, Slingshot. This is a cross-platform collaboration tool, allowing users to share their cameras, screens, media, and to chat with each other in real-time. The app launched on May 1st for Windows, Mac, and iOS, but now it’s available on Android. There’s no screen sharing yet, as even the iOS version appears to use AirPlay technology to share screens, but it’s possible to collaborate with anyone using the app on any platform. Slingshot comes with a free 30-day trial, with plans starting at $9.99/month afterward. The Android app is available now on Google Play.