Reflector 2 adds Android mirroring, Google Cast support
Squirrels has announced Reflector 2.0 with new support for mirroring connections from Google Cast-enabled Chromebooks and Android devices.
As before, the program can mirror iPads and iPhones to Windows or Mac, and users are able to connect both iOS and Android devices simultaneously.
Improved device management starts with new security options to deny or allow connections before they’re shown. Intelligent layouts automatically position multiple devices to make best use of any space, and you can set preferences for screens individually.
A new Reflector Director enables remote management of any iPhone or iPad, hiding or emphasizing devices, changing frames or toggling full screen mode.
Conveniently, support for AirPlay and Google Cast means Reflector works with many mobile devices right away, nothing else to install. And if your Android phone/ tablet isn’t Cast-enabled then installing the free Google Chromecast app means you’ll still be able to mirror.
A 7-day trial of Reflector 2.0 is available now. It’s full-featured, but displays a watermark until you purchase a license.