AirParrot, the app that lets you send your desktop computer display to an Apple TV-connected TV, is today releasing version 2 with Chromecast assistance and number of various other brand-new functions. Certain, you could mirror your Mac’s screen to an Apple TV using Apple’s built-in AirPlay attribute, however AirParrot provides functions past just what Apple deals and additionally assist for display mirroring from Chromebooks and Windows. Today’s launch makes it the initial to make it possible for complete display mirroring support to Chromecast with audio assistance and even more.
Version 2 of AirParrot, available starting today, brings support for display mirroring to Chromecast, something that was recently simply available as a speculative (and buggy) function of Google’s Chrome plugin for Chromecast. AirParrot is technically the very first application to make it possible for full assistance (including audio) and will not require you to run Chrome.
The brand-new app is additionally transforming AirParrot right into a media web server as well allowing nuisance and drop streaming of video or sound to AirPlay-enabled devices, Chromecast, and the business’s own Reflector AirPlay receiver. “The capability to stream video data adds a completely new component to the previous mirroring-only application. Users could now drag and fall their preferred flicks, TV shows and various other media documents to begin streaming. When readily available, residence theater users will certainly delight in 5.1 channel audio.”
The launch likewise consists of a variety of other brand-new functions consisting of assistance for sending out content to several destinations, a refreshed UI, and support for uncovering devices over Bluetooth.
AirParrot 2 is readily available for $ 14.99 for brand-new users and a $ 9.99 paid upgrade for alreadying existing users.