You can’t have too much screen space, that’s a gift. Coming to Android today, Duet Display claims to turn your old Android tablet into a second screen for your PC or Mac.
The duo have been very successful on iOS, and over the past few months, the band has been working on more to come to Android. Applying your ideas can serve as a secondary presentation for your laptop or desktop. The beauty of this is the widespread compatibility – from these days, Duet Display works on Android, iOS, Chrome OS, Mac, and Windows devices. Regardless of the collection of boards you really like, there are also times when you can run a Duo (besides Linux, sorry Linux users, I love Linux).
Duet for Android works on mobile phones or tablets with Android 7.1 or higher. It will cover most of the Android tablets released in the last three years. If you have a Chrome OS machine that is compatible with Android devices, you can also have fun.
On the other hand, the computer is running Mac OS 10.14 or later or Windows 10 with Duo Desktop Application. You can connect your Android device via USB-C cable (microUSB cable not supported) or wireless.
Once established, your Android or Chrome device will act as a secondary support. The couple’s group of “starred acts” swear without delay, no matter what platforms are used. That said, in order to ensure non-compliant activities you may need to use a telephone connection.
The Duo is only available on iOS only, and it’s nice to see that this very useful app jumps to our choice. The Duet Show is priced at $ 19.99, but for the first week for Android availability you can get 50% off or $ 9.99.
Other Android devices, such as iDisplay, have claimed to offer similar functionality to the Duo. However, here is a brief overview Show us user feedback states that there is a problem requesting from functions and compatibility issues.
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