AirServer for Mac AirServer turns your Mac into a universal mirroring receiver, with the exception of Miracast, allowing you to mirror your device's display using the built-in AirPlay or Google Cast based screen projection functionality; one by one or simultaneously to AirServer. Users can mirrror or cast their screen from any AirPlay or Google Cast compatible device such as an iPhone, iPad, Mac, Android or Chromebook. Windows and Linux platforms are also supported using the screen casting sender built into the Google Chrome browser.
You can use a Chromecast device to show a Chrome tab or your screen on your TV. You can show most web content. Some plugins won't work, like Silverlight, QuickTime, and VLC. To show Chrome on your TV, you’ll need: • A Chromecast, Chromecast Ultra, or TV with Chromecast built-in. • A computer and Wi-Fi network with the.
Cast a Chrome tab on your TV. You can display your entire computer screen using Chrome on Mac, Windows, and. Cast a Chrome tab on your TV; New Cast. Download google chrome 60.0.3112.113 - Mac. Google's new browser is now available for Mac.Everybody was surprised when Google decided to release a new web browser, its name: Google Chrome.
• On your computer, you need the Chrome browser. If you haven't yet, or Chrome. • To connect your computer and Chromecast device to the same Wi-Fi network. Learn how to. Cast a tab from Chrome • On your computer, open Chrome. • At the top right, click More Cast.
• Choose your Chromecast device where you want to watch the content. • If you're already using the Chromecast, your content will replace what's on your TV. • When you're done, to the right of the address bar, click Cast Stop. What you'll see in Chrome • When your tab is being shown on a TV, you'll see Display.
• To the right of the address bar, next to your extensions, you'll see Active Cast. To use a shortcut in Chrome,. Cast videos and media • On the video or media you're watching, click Cast. • You'll see the video or images on your computer and TV, but you’ll only hear sound on your TV. Sounds for other tabs and apps will still play on your computer.