ScreenMeet – Share Your Android Screen with a Click
There are times when we want to share our Android screen with a computer. However, we are not able to do so because we are unable to find a solution that is viable and is available to us without a lengthy download. If you have found yourself in a similar situation and gave up for the lack of a better option than fear not as I am here always to help you. This write up is a tutorial of sorts to help you understand and learn how you can share your smartphone screen with a PC in a quick and easy manner.
Sharing your mobile screen with a PC – What is the purpose?
Sharing your mobile screen with your PC is something that you may need to do for a variety of reasons – you have a presentation, but forgot the cable for charging to connect to your computer or you have something really interesting to show to your friend but do not want to get up. Well, you do not have to worry anymore as ScreenMeet is here for you. Almost anyone can sign up for ScreenMeet and get it up and running in no time
ScreenMeet is an app that is designed to let users share the information or content displayed on their smartphone or Android device with anyone who has access to a browser. In fact, with ScreenMeet you can share the content of your device with five people at the same time. This mobile-friendly web conferencing with no downloads is available for free for up to three members. The app is paid but it is available for free for a trial period of 30 days.
With ScreenMeet share your Android screen
ScreenMeet also offer users various packages and can allow you to share your screen with a large number of people (say, more than 50). This app also offers a chance for a personalized experience. With the protection of your own URL and password you can easily pair your Android device to any other device of your choice.
ScreenMeet – How does it work?
ScreenMeet is as uncomplicated an app as they come. All you need to do is download the app to your smartphone to get started. Once you are done with this, you will need to create an account in your name, email and password. If you do not want to create a completely new account, you can also use your Google+ account or simply put your Gmail account.
As soon as you register with ScreenMeet, a screen with a link ‘screenmeet.com’ with your registered name will appear on your device. You are free to share this link with your friends and colleagues or you can drop it into a browser if you want. When you drop this link to a browser, you can view any screen that is showing on your device. You can also see the number of people at your link and how many of them are viewing the screen you are sharing by simply checking the counter.
Create your ScreenMeet account and distribute generated links
ScreenMeet also allows you to choose a selection of apps that you may want to share. This can include a presentation in your Google drive or a Waze map. You are also free to stop sharing any time you want in case you want to skip a particular screen that you do not want anyone else to see. You can also stop the presentation altogether whenever you want. Apart from all this, ScreenMeet also allows you to keep your links secure by setting a password or ask your guests to register so that you can track who is viewing it.
ScreenMeet has some amazing features, but the best of them all is that when you use this app you will not need to download extra software. All you need to do is punch in a link and within seconds you can share whatever you want.
Screenshot compatibility with Android versions
ScreenMeet is compatible with any Android version that is greater than 5.0, 64-bit Mac OSX as well as Windows 32-bit and 64-bit.
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