Epson iProjection

3.2
6.74K reviews
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About this app

Epson iProjection is a wireless projection app for Android devices & Chromebooks. This app makes it easy to mirror your device’s screen, and project documents & photos wirelessly to an Epson projector.

Key Features

What the app enables you to do:

1. Wirelessly mirror your device’s screen
2. Output the audio of your Android device from the projector while mirroring screen
3. Display documents & images stored on your Android device or Chromebook
4. Project real-time video using your device's built-in camera
5. Easily connect your device with a QR code
6. Connect up to 50 devices, and use the moderator feature to manage and display contents
7. Annotate projected images with markers, and save them to your device
8. Control the projector
9. Share your projected image with other connected devices

* iProjection ver. 3.2.3 or later can also be used on Chromebook.
* About supported projectors, visit www.epson.com to find a list of all supported models.
* The mirroring feature may not work properly depending on the combination of your Chromebook and operating system version. When using iProjection (for Andoroid) on some Chromebook, mirroring error due to OS bugs has been reported. In that case, please consider using iProjection (for Chrome).
* Depending on the device and network, video and audio may be delayed. Some content may not play.
* Audio output is available for Android 10 or later devices. Not available for Chromebook.
* Simple AP mode or Quick connection mode is not supported on Chromebook.
* QR code connection is not supported on Chromebook.
* Supported file formats: JPG/JPEG/PNG/PDF

We welcome your feedback and much appreciate your understanding that we cannot reply to you individually.
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Updated on
Mar 30, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
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Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
3.2
6.74K reviews
Mr. C
July 5, 2021
I haven't had the issues others mention in their reviews. I was able to easily connect my Google Pixel 5a to my projector. I also used my Windows 10 PC using the iProjector PC program for the PC wireless connection. I will say that I could only get sound from my phone, but I was going to use Bluetooth for sound anyway, so no big deal to me. So far, I'm satisfied.
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A Google user
September 18, 2019
Works for me! I noticed after the last update when I use the screen mirroring the connection seems to last maybe 8 to 10mins then I have to reconnect . Other than that it works fine and I'm inclined to agree with another reviewer that mentioned how well it worked before the last update.
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Charles Thurman
May 1, 2021
The patch didn't work so well. The delay between the screen and the projector is so delayed that it's once again unusable. Please do better testing before releasing patches and fixes that are not useful to anyone. I paid a lot of money for a product that's not working as advertised. Go back to the drawing board and fix it correctly. Thank you
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What's new

- Support audio output.