Review from Clive Moore
Redfly worked this doesn't, no updstes to fix it either update: 3/4/14 the promise of a bug fix for win8 hasn't materialised. do not buy into this, it may work on old computers, but if you have any computer with win8 on it then forget it. original review Redfly was brilliant, but they have all of a sudden disappeared, and leaving I display as an option. I've tried it out wasted my money as usual, but forwarded bug complaints.. To then find loads of other complainers... Redfly worked first time, and worked well, and but they have now disappeared.... I am now left with 2 apps that I have paid for that neither now work... I have now tried this on both a win and vista 32 bit neither work as you would expect, and are more or less unusable.... Redfly on the other hand worked great on vista 32 bit and win 7.... Just really annoyed I upgraded to win and that Redfly has disappeared.... What other apps can I now waste money on...
April 7, 2014Sorry for the inconveniences.Please download iDisplay for Windows 8 from our site at: getidisplay.com. Try the version and let us know about the results. Faithfully yours, Shape team
Using Windows. The auto-detect didn't work but after adding the PC manually it worked flawlessly. For anyone else having trouble connecting, mouse over the iDisplay icon in the system tray on Windows and it will show your PC IP and the port needed by iDisplay to connect. Enter these into the app manually using the Plus icon. Worked like a charm after that.
Used in the past with my tablet, and was fairly happy with it. After my tablet died, I didn't have much use for it. After getting a new tablet for Christmas, I was very surprised to find that USB connectivity had been removed for Windows hosts. Since I use this primarily for my work PC, and the wired and wireless networks are completely separate, I am totally unable to use this software any longer.
Picked up the PC but didn't connect at first between Win10 and Galaxy Tab S2. When I manually added to the windows firewall it connected like a breeze and has since. Ever slight lag with the cursor of wifi so please sort the USB option. But, it worked well once setup and was perfect for static / slow referencing.
Bit rubbish. Can't really believe that this doesn't allow you to duplicate a display on Windows! I get the impression that they couldn't really give a monkeys about Windows and Android and are only really interested in the ios version.
Caused Windows 10 crash (black screen) on restart after 1st use. Change to display adapters caused RAM issues in Photoshop (& crash caused Library file errors). Had to run System Restore. Initially worked great via wifi. Issues seem to be with the driver/server on the PC side. A great concept poorly (or too broadly) executed. Bummer.
Seriously no USB support and didn't even have time to get a refund. How about you have a try before you buy period before you rip folks off. Had to reboot machine to install and get to work on wifi. Then found that usb is not supported. Wanted to ask for refund but too late. That's a little shady like it or not I am now stuck with lag over wifi. I can't blame anyone but myself, with a 2.5 rating I should have stayed away like my gut was telling me.
- Support for arm64-based Android devices
- Support Android 5.0-7.1
- Support for x86-based Android devices
- Updated UI
- Option "Start application" which allows to start an application directly on iDisplay
- Option to move windows to iDisplay with one tap with "Show windows" feature
- Sound transferring support;
- Correct displaying of the main screen proportions.
- Scroll with 2 fingers