AirServer Connect assists you in discovering AirServer on a busy network or when you have multiple subnets / VLANs (but connectivity) on your network. This is especially handy for schools and businesses with more complex network environments.
Connecting is simple:
1. On the computer side, open AirServer* settings and click the QR code button.
2. On the iOS device side, open AirServer Connect and click the Scan button.
AirServer Connect will read the QR code and will automatically add your computer name to the AirPlay list in your iOS device.
To mirror your display to your computer running AirServer, simply tap on this new entry and enable mirroring.
*AirServer must be installed and running on your computer.
Fixed connectivity issues in environments that use proxies.
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Almost bought it
When I found about this app I was excited and almost bought it too but I decided to do the free trial first. Setting it up was easy and it connected my iPhone 7 to my new MacBook quickly. Everything works fine until you try to play any type of video. It disconnects from my phone and you have to restart it all and it still never plays the video.... good thing I didn’t pay the $15.. could be a great app but until those problems are fixed I will not spend money on this app
What does it do again?
Downloaded a windows 10 “universal server” and the ios App. The need for ios App itself made me question it’s usabilility or universality but even that would have been awesome becuase all you could get is a nice barcode scanner and within a fractionn of a second of scanning that from your “server” it says sorry I can’t of use for further info contact your network admin, who the heck is the network admin? On a two computer home network without any significant twists to the router config if this poc can’t connect nor it’s team provide any useful info like may be tey firewall settings etc. other than ‘contact your network admin’, why the heck my network admins waste their time for me installing a crappy app that doesn’t even come with basic troubleshooting/configuration info. ?
Big help for “distance learning”
I began using this app when my school went to distance learning. I use my iPad as whiteboard and project it to my students who watch via zoom. Most of the time it works seamlessly; however, whenever there is any update at all on computer, I get the spinning wheel of death and my iPad doesn’t connect. Using this app coupled with other apps, e.g. Paper, has really transformed and energized the way I teach. “Distance learning” is almost oxymoronic but tools like this make learning from a distance feasible.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.