Vysor - Android control on PC

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12.5K reviews
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About this app

Vysor lets you view and control your Android on your computer. Use apps, play games, control your Android with your mouse and keyboard. Go wireless, and mirror your Android to your desktop; great for presentations.

Vysor Share also lets you share your screen to others for remote assistance.

Developers: Vysor lets you ditch the emulator and seamlessly work on a real Android device. No need to fiddle with it in your hands. Use Vysor Share to set up device farms and remotely debug and test your applications across a wide range of devices.

1) Install Vysor for Android.

2) Follow the instructions for getting USB debugging enabled. Here's a Youtube video to help you out:

3) Download the Vysor Chrome app. This will let you view your Android from your PC:

4) Windows users will need to install ADB Drivers:

5) You're good to go!

Having any issues? Head over to the support forum:
Updated on
Dec 3, 2023

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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Ratings and reviews

11.9K reviews
A Google user
March 20, 2019
The Good: Easy to use, streams sound, records video. The Bad: Image quality is worse than freeware like scrcpy, sound is unstable, a subscription or large payment is required to use. Bottom line: Because I can get better results recording video of my device with freeware and an audio cable, I won't use it again. I paid for one month. Not worth paying for when much more feature-rich products like AirDroid exist for the same fee. I might change my mind if the developer makes massive improvements.
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A Google user
October 23, 2019
I like that I can view stuff on my computer screen, without getting tunnel vision after a while, but the FULL SCREEN ads really mess me up. A few minutes ago, I was racing online on an android game (btw in 1st place) and an ad came up. When the ad was done, I had lost the connection, I wouldn't have won.The 10 second warnings are nice, but I still coudn't pause because it was an online race. Please consider maybe displaying ads on the side of the screen (preferrably where the black borders are)
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A Google user
April 5, 2019
Very useful. I do not want to "be on my phone" at work so having this in a Window keeps my phone out of my hands. Setup was pretty easy. Hardest part (not actually hard) is to set up the phone with USB debugging in dev options. App crashes rarely but restarts on it's own. It does not seem to remember some of my settings but that could just me me not configuring properly. Paid for $40 lifetime license for good developer that has had other useful software I have needed in the past.
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