Bussum, The Netherlands, Friday September 16th, 2016 – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – AirBeamTV, a Mac software development company, today announced the official release of the Mirror for LG TV application in the Mac App Store. This unique application provides the only way to mirror you mac screen to your LG TV without cables or additional hardware.
Wireless mirroring used to be only available to Mac users with an AppleTV connected to their TV. Now, with the introduction of Mirror for LG TV by AirBeamTV, it’s available to all Mac users, without the need of any cables or boxes.
Mirror for LG TV is the latest in a family of popular screen mirroring apps from AirBeamTV.
“We were very much encouraged by the success of our earlier mirroring apps for Samsung and Panasonic TVs”, explains Demid Borodin, co-founder and Director of Technology. “Achieving the same result on LG TVs was technically challenging. But we can now stream both screen and audio to the TV. An achievement we are quite proud of!”
“This is ideal for watching movies on a big TV screen instead of on your laptop”, claims Jan van Ottele, co-founder and Managing Director. “On start-up the app automatically detects your TV. Just select it from the list to start mirroring.”
The company is currently working on support for additional TV brands as well as.
Mirror for LG TV is available on the Mac App Store for $9.99 and can be downloaded from: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mirror-for-lg-tv/id1152966194?ls=1&mt=12
Users who would like to test Mirror for LG TV to see if their TV is supported and their local network is fast enough, can download a free 2-minute trial version here: http://bit.ly/2cT6MmZ
A video of the application in action is on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HTBjyfbP-PY
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AirBeamTV was founded in 2014 to develop applications for wireless screen mirroring to Smart TVs. It is based in Bussum, The Netherlands. Earlier in 2016, the Company released the Mirror for Samsung TV and the Mirror for Panasonic TV Mac OS X applications. For more information, please visit http://www.airbeam.tv