The Apple TV is great for mirroring or sharing your iOS or macOS device to your television. But for anyone with a Roku, Chromecast, or Amazon FireTV, you normally would be out of luck. Fortunately, developers at AirBeamTV have a low-cost solution to that problem. With the AirBeamTV app on your iOS or macOS device, you can share your screen and cast content onto your television whether you have a Roku, Chromecast, or Amazon FireTV.
Apple’s newest iPad —the 6th-generation 9.7”— follows in the footsteps of last year’s $329 iPad offering. It is an almost full-featured device, lacking in one area: it has no smart connector. Consequently, Bluetooth is the only wireless option for connecting your new iPad to a keyboard. No fear, however, as iEGrow has two Bluetooth keyboard cases that offer a lot for a very reasonable price. We go hands-on in this mini review of the iEGrow F8S iPad keyboard case and the F180 iPad keyboard with rotatable cover.
If you have a Samsung, LG, Panasonic, or Sony smart TV, then you’ll be happy to know that you don’t need to buy an Apple TV or attach a plethora of unsightly dongles to your iPhone or iPad to mirror its display to the TV.
Indeed, a series of App Store apps called Mirror for Samsung TV and Mirror for LG TV, both developed by AirBeamTV BV, let you wirelessly broadcast your iOS device’s screen to supported Smart TVs with ease.