Wirelessly project photos directly over WiFi to a standard web browser, in 3 easy steps:
STEP 1: Launch Air Projector.
STEP 2: Enter the URL in the web browser.
STEP 3: Pick a photo and it appears in the browser.
NO DONGLES, CLOUD SERVICES, OR PLUG-INS
Air Projector Free projects your recent photos wirelessly from your iPhone or iPod Touch to a web browser connected on the same local network. Works with Mac, PC, another iOS device, etc. No additional client software is required.
* Great for classroom or boardroom presentations
* Or sharing your photos with the whole family
* No AppleTV or other proprietary hardware or software needed!
Just fire up Air Projector Free and type in the displayed URL in your web browser. Flip through your photos on your iPhone and the remote display updates automatically.
Air Projector Free supports the newest versions of all the popular browsers: IE7+, Firefox 3.6, Safari 5, Chrome, etc. Earlier browser versions may not have have all the required APIs to display correctly.
No WiFi? No problem. Check out our blog on how to set up an ad-hoc network.
Note: When you first launch Air Projector Free, it will ask permission to access your photos. This is needed in order to project (you can edit this in the iPhone settings, under Privacy).
Look for the Full Version of Air Projector to:
+ Project PDF files, including exported slide decks
+ Project Photo libraries
+ Use a virtual laser pointer
+ And more!
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+ Dark mode support
Ratings and Reviews
So far, pretty good
I got a blank screen when I first booted the IP address, but when I hit it a second time the photos began showing up, and it worked fine from there. No fancy functions, but it does what is advertised, and I can't beat the cost.
Air Projector free in combination with Dropbox is a real help when you need to move form room-to-room and project. If you teach and there are already machines in the room connected to the projector, just enter the web address in the computers web browser (Iive used the program with both Explorer and Safari with perfect results) and away you go. No unplugging and switching cables.
I tried this with Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer. In each case it brought up a great big blank box. The App showed the recent photos on my iPhone, and the browsers were connecting to a page, but that page simply didn't contain any pics. Maybe it only works on Safari (can't say since I was not going to DL a crap browser to test an app that claims to work in IE, Firefox and Chrome but doesn't). I have no incentive to even consider buying the paid version since for all I know, it won't work either. Useless app, don't bother.
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- Qrayon, LLC
- 8 MB
- Photo & Video
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
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