SuperDisplay - Virtual Monitor

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4.6
9.75K reviews
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About this app

SuperDisplay turns your Android phone or tablet into a high-performance USB display with pressure support for Windows 10.

Here's how to get started:

① Download SuperDisplay from Google Play.
② Download the Windows driver from https://superdisplay.app
③ Connect your device to your PC via USB or Wi-Fi.


Second monitor
SuperDisplay turns your Android device into a portable USB display for your Windows 10 PC. Duplicate or extend your screen simply by plugging in your phone or tablet.

Superb performance
A laggy display is as good as no display. SuperDisplay was built with performance in mind, and we’re not afraid to show it. SuperDisplay works at 60 fps for the optimal drawing and mirroring experience. Try the app for free to see for yourself.

Pressure-sensitivity
Turn your Android device into a graphics tablet and use apps like Adobe Photoshop® through it. SuperDisplay supports pressure-sensitive styluses like the Samsung S Pen making it ideal for digital art and other creative work.

Adobe Photoshop® is a registered trademark of Adobe in the United States and other countries.
Updated on
Sep 20, 2020

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4.6
9.75K reviews
Fritz Figone (ShadowSplicer)
September 13, 2022
Surprisingly fast rendering even on older devices like my Galaxy S8! Works with Windows 11 just fine* (see note below), with incredibly low latency if connected via USB and with a good Wi-Fi signal, it's actually still fantastic. Windows figures out how to use it as an extra monitor (cloned/extended/custom position/resolutions), and even detects it as an input device for touch support! *(if using Win 11, be sure to tinker with Win display resolutions to avoid a black screen issue I ran into).
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spamolot '
October 8, 2022
For WiFi, the onscreen instructions didn't make clear you have to download a driver/config app on PC, then set it up there with the given ip. I was attempting to access the ip from a browser like I've done with some other android connection utilities. (USB may work now that I have the driver, but I can't test at this time.) Finally, there were some issues with text entry covering up content, such as in the Windows Start menu search. Happy to update review if onscreen instructions are improved.
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Melvin Owens
October 5, 2022
so far so good wireless and smooth as butter. Only downside is that you can't use 2 tablets at the same time, which is a MUST for some of us! Hopefully the company fixes this issue asap and figures out a way to make this possible as soon as possible so that I can have both of my Galaxy Tab S 8 Ultras connected wirelessly off of my surface laptop studio which I use to take notes and game on. Internet connectivity is not an issue for me as I am using a netgear mobile hotspot while on campus.
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What's new

Download the updated driver (v1.1.10) from superdisplay.app.
1.1.31
- Added software encoder support for PCs without hardware support (requires driver version 1.1.10).
- Improved connectivity reliability and added an auto connect option.
- Added support for connecting over an Android Wi-Fi hotspot (requires driver version 1.1.10).
- Added custom refresh rate as an experimental option (requires driver version 1.1.10).
- Fixed compatibility issues with some Android devices.
- Bugfixes