New Ditto Update Brings Zero-Touch Deployment, Reporting Metrics to Screen Mirroring

Introducing zero-touch deployment and reporting metrics for Ditto screen mirroring. Quickly deploy Ditto across your organization and see how people use it. Discover all the updates here.

Screen Mirroring

Recorded With Reflector: 1600


Our “Recorded with Reflector” video of the week is 1600, an augmented reality educational app that will turn your $1 bill into The White House to teach kids and Americans about its role in democracy. You can download this app for free in the App Store or in the Google Play Store.

Tip: Move your phone around to explore The White House from different angles, and touch the Oval Office to reveal a surprise.

How to record with Reflector 2:

  1. Wirelessly connect your iOS device to your Mac or PC.

Pro tip: You can also mirror and record Android gameplay to Reflector using the built-in Google Home Cast technology on your Android device.  

  1. There are two ways to record your mobile device once it’s wirelessly mirrored to the Reflector software on your computer. You may click the “Record” button on the top right of the mirrored device (shown below). Alternatively, you can begin recording from within the Reflector menu (the little orange icon at the top of the image below).

Record iPhone Zoom

  1. Once you are done recording your iOS device, press the “Stop” button. Then select where to save the MP4 file on your Mac or PC.

Learn more about the Reflector 2 screen-mirroring app.

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