Moving data or accessing content between devices is a very common need these days, but if you ever wanted to share your Android screen with a computer, then you know the typical solutions are not easy to implement.
Luckily, the Android ecosystem doesn’t lack ingenious developers that come up with simple solutions. One of them is ScreenMeet, an app that lets you share your Android screen with others and they can simply view it in a web browser.
Easily share your Android screen
The app allows up to five users viewing your screen at the same time and while it’s not free, it does provide a 30-day trial so there’s plenty of time to test it before you decide if it’s worth buying or not.
Screen sharing can be very useful for presentations, demos, technical support, online training and other purposes as well. ScreenMeet lets you do that without having to use bulky programs or cables. All you need is the app itself and it’s exceptionally easy to use.
Once you’ve downloaded and installed the app (which you can do from the link below), sign in with your Google+ account or manually create an account using your email. As soon as you do this, it will display a link ‘screenmeet.com/your_name’.
To share your Android screen all you need to do is give the link to other people and they can open it in any web browser to view what’s happening on your device. The app also shows a counter of the number of active viewers.
Alternatively, you can select an app to share and pause the sharing whenever you need it, as well as stop the presentation. ScreenMeet also lets you password-protect your shared links and even require guests to register so you can see who your viewers are.
The app bundles just a few settings, among which you can adjust a performance slider between speed and quality as you see fit. The app supports devices running Android 5.0 and higher so if you fit the requirements give it a try and let us know if it fills your expectations.