A new version of AirParrot 2 for Windows is now available. This version resolves performance and stability issues related to audio. Find the full list of changes below:
Resolved a crash related to multi-channel audio devices when mirroring
Resolved an issue that could cause audio mirroring to stutter and drop over time
Resolved several “loopback initialization” audio capture issues
Miscellaneous audio bug fixes and stability improvements
Release notes for version 2.1.1 can be found here:
You can download this update by selecting “Check for Updates…” from the AirParrot preferences menu. The new version of AirParrot 2 can also be downloaded from here:
Mirroring is a feature that is not found natively on Windows devices. Luckily, software applications like
AirParrot provide the solution to mirror both Windows tablets and computers!
AirParrot mirrors Windows devices to popular receivers such as Apple TV, Chromecast and
Reflector. For a one-time purchase of $14.99, you can send your device screen in just three easy steps:
Download AirParrot to your Windows computer or tablet.
2. Open AirParrot.
3. Open the AirParrot interface and select your display, or specific application you would like to mirror. Then select your destination(s).
And just like that, your Windows screen is sent directly to your receiver!
AirParrot also works with
Mac and Chrome OS devices!
Reflector for Mac version 1.6.6 is now available. This update removes an AirPlay conflict error popup that prevented some users from using the application. The error is now silently written to the log.
Full release notes for version 1.6.6 can be found here:
You can download this update by selecting “Check for Updates…” from the Reflector menu. The new version of Reflector can also be downloaded from here: