Turn your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch into additional display for your Mac or Windows computer. Increase your personal productivity by extending your computer screen! Perfect tool for multitaskers, iDisplay lets you use your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch as interactive wireless display to give you more screen real estate or mirror your main display.
On Mac OS X you can choose one of 3 following iDisplay modes:
On Windows, iDisplay can be used as regular secondary display, mirroring and single-window modes are not yet supported.
NOTE: Video playback on iDisplay may be laggy. We're working on its optimization, please make sure to keep your iDisplay up to date!
What's new in this version: Bug fixes and performance improvements.
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