|Files||AirParrot 2.6.1/AirParrot 2 v2.6.1.dmg (16.30 MB)|
Released: September 13, 2016
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.7 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor
Activation: Pre-K’ed (Courtesy of Team TNT)
Web Site: http://www.airsquirrels.com/airparrot/
Your computer screen on your Apple TV. Wirelessly.
AirParrot adds AirPlay screen mirroring to any Windows or Mac computer. Wirelessly connect a computer to a TV and stream movies, music, photos and more to an Apple TV or computer running Reflector. AirParrot is the only Windows screen mirroring solution, and it’s a great Mac AirPlay alternative. AirParrot puts you in charge of your screen.
AirPlay means no extra wires and no extra hassle.
Connect any computer to a TV without wires. AirParrot uses the built-in AirPlay feature on your Apple TV, and once AirParrot is installed, your computer works just like any other AirPlay device. AirParrot even enables screen mirroring on Windows.
1080p: Mirror your screen in 1080p HD to the Apple TV 3 and other supported devices. Mirror in 720p to the Apple TV 2.
Desktop Extension: Need a second or third display? Extend your desktop to your Apple TV for more desktop space!
Specific App Mirroring: Mirror a specific application while continuing to use other applications on your computer. Only the selected application will be mirrored.
AirPlay with ease:
1) Choose the display
2) Choose the AirPlay device to mirror to.
What’s New in Version 2.6.1:
Released on September 13, 2016
・Resolved an issue that could cause connections to quickly drop when using tvOS 9 on a fourth-generation Apple TV
What’s New in Version 2.6.0:
Released on September 8, 2016
・Added compatibility with tvOS 10 on the fourth-generation Apple TV
・Improved capture and encoding support for macOS Sierra
・Improved responsiveness of the AirParrot 2 main menu
・Added setting to disable localization and default to English
・Resolved an issue that could cause a crash when attempting to load media files with capitalized file extensions
・Resolved an issue that could cause multiple hostname iterations when starting an AirParrot Remote broadcast
・Resolved a potential crash when attempting to connect to an AppleTV with a password or onscreen code enabled
・Resolved a potential crash when suddenly losing connection to a Chromecast
・Miscellaneous bug fixes and performance improvements
・Added enhanced encryption when mirroring to Apple TV or Reflector 2