Title: Duet Display
Platform: iOS 7 and All Macs (Windows is in the works)
I don’t know about you, but I often like to work in a dual screen environment. One in which I can be looking at a document to refer to on one screen and look at or work on a related document on another screen. I’m also a fan of dual display environments in which I can easily interact with both screens and in which the two screens actually talk with each other. I haven’t been able to do that between my MAC and iPad or iPhone, that is until Duet Display launched. Now with the app on all of my devices – laptop, iPad, and iPhone – I can work between screens easily.
To get started with Duet Display you have to download the app to all of your devices. (You don’t have to pay for the app each time, purchase it once and it’s downloadable across devices.) Once installed open up the app on the two screens you want to work with – a laptop and iPad for example. Plug the iDevice into the MAC USB port – using the same cable used for charging your iDevice, voilå your iDevice is reading your MAC computer screen.