AirServer - mirror your display and stream content from your iOS devices

AirServer allows you to mirror your display and stream content from your iOS devices. AirServer is the most advanced AirPlay receiver for Mac and PC. It allows you to receive AirPlay feeds, similar to an Apple TV.

Common Usage - Who uses it?


There are times when you need to show content to your class to engage your audience, using an iPad. With AirServer you can wirelessly beam your iPad display to your Mac or PC and from there to your projector, smartboard or HDTV. AirServer also supports multiple simultaneous connections, so one or more students could mirror their iPads to share their ideas and their work with the rest of the class. You can monitor what your students are working on and encourage collaboration.

Home Entertainment

AirServer is compatible with a wide variety of AirPlay enabled third party applications, such as Hulu Plus, Vevo, and Air Media Center. It’s also the first Mac/iOS application that lets you stream audio directly to your computer or iOS device from iTunes or another iOS device. You can also play movies and music on a big screen, or share photos and videos with friends and family without any complicated setup.


Direction and focus are both crucial in business presentations. One of the issues when using a laptop connected to a big screen is that you need to be within arms reach of the keyboard to page through your presentation. Sometimes this setup is neither practical nor desirable. For instance, suppose you want to direct a presentation standing beside a big screen at the front of a room. Sprinting back and forth to your laptop or winking awkwardly at a co-working to page forward can break the flow of a presentation.

AirServer installed on your laptop solves this problem by giving you the freedom direct your presentations how you really want to. With an iPhone or iPad in hand you're free to move around, page forward, zoom, adjust the volume or switch between media. It's also adds that final polish or wow-factor to your overall presentation.