5 Reasons Why Reflector 2 is #Amazing

In a wireless world, how do you project your wireless device without cords and connectors? Reflector 2 is an excellent tool that can be used to mirror multiple devices to your laptop, Macbook, Android device, or Fire TV.

How does it Work?

Reflector 2 works very much like the original Reflector. Simply mirror your wireless device over WiFi to connect to your computer. A mirror of your wireless device will appear on your computer screen. Connect your computer to a projector and you are ready to share!

Why Reflector 2? 

Here are 5 ways Reflector 2 is an unbelievable product:

# 1: Project multiple devices at the same time! 

You now have the ability to project two devices on your computer screen at the same time! The Smart layout feature will automatically find the best position for each device on your screen. Do you want to hide a device? It is now possible to do this without disconnecting it completely from Reflector 2.

# 2: Reflect iOS and Android Devices!

You have the ability to reflect both iOS and Android devices. Best of all, you can do it at the same time! If you have an Android device, you can seamlessly use the built-in Google Cast feature to project on Reflector 2.

#3: Screencasting

Reflector 2 has built-in features, which will allow you to easily record screencasts of your devices on your screen. Best of all, you can record multiple devices at the same time.

#4: Video Streaming

Streaming video is one of the biggest challenges of mirroring wireless devices. Reflector 2 has the ability to stream photos and videos from your device to your computer screen. Best of all, YouTube and Webcam streaming are coming soon!

# 5: Free Trial

The best part is that you can try it for 7 days for free! Why not give it a shot? If you decide to go with the paid version, it is well worth the value and much less expensive than other alternatives.

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