Screen Mirroring Mac & MacBook to TV

With AirBeamTV Screen Mirroring for Mac and MacBook to TV, you can instantly cast your macOS screen to the big screen of your television, in high definition and full surround sound. It’s easy to do, and you won’t need to go out and buy expensive hardware or bulky cables. Continue reading to find out how easy it is to mirror your MacBook to TV with AirBeamTV.

Mirror screen Mac TV app

Stream your Mac screen on TV

Watch everything on the big screen

Mirror your screen
Mirror your Mac on a Smart TV. We offer the most powerful solution for casting your monitor and sound on the big screen! Share your screen "live" on TV.
Stream movies & apps
Use our Mac apps to stream movies to your TV. Watch your favorite shows on the big TV screen. Besides video, you can also cast music and apps.
Cable free
We make Screen Mirroring effortless, easy and fast. No cables or additional hardware is needed to stream your Mac on the big TV screen!

Screen Mirroring FAQs

Do you have questions? We’ve got answers. Continue reading to find all the most commonly asked questions to guide you to wireless mirror your Mac to TV with AirBeamTV.

How to Connect YouTube to TV from Mac?

The AirBeamTV app lets you connect YouTube to your TV from your Mac computer. You can catch all your favorite music videos, uploads from top influencers, Xbox gameplay, and more. Open YouTube on your Mac. Click “Start Mirroring”. AirBeamTV will instantly cast YouTube from your Mac to your television screen.

How to Play Hulu or Netflix on TV from Mac?

AirBeamTV works with popular streaming platforms like Hulu or Netlfix, so you can cast videos, shows, and movies to your TV with one click. Just download the app on your MacBook, click “Start Mirroring” and your laptop screen will display on your TV in high definition, without the need for cables or expensive hardware like AirPlay.

Important: You will need to use Chrome Browser to cast Hulu, Netlfix or other streaming platforms to your TV. At this point Safari does not support this feature.

What TVs Can Mac Cast To?

AirBeamTV offers the most popular solution to mirror the screen and audio of your macOS devices to most Smart TVs. You can cast many apps from your MacBook to your television. The AirBeamTV Mac mirroring app is compatible with most major TV brands. You can cast your Mac to Samsung, Philips, Sony, Roku, AndroidTV, Panasonic, Arcelik, TCL, Toshiba, AmazonFireTV, Beko, LG, and more. Choose your brand.

How to Play Video from Mac to TV?

Want to know how to Screen Mirror on Mac? If you want to play video from your macOS computer to your TV, open the AirBeamTV MacBook mirror app. Click “Start Mirroring”. Your MacBook or Mac screen will automatically display on your television screen. Now you can play video from any apps or websites and view them on your TV.

For MacBook Air and Pro

Do you have a MacBook Air or MacBook Pro? You can extend your MacBook Air or MacBook Pro from your desk to the big screen of your TV, without expensive hardware or cables. Download the AirBeamTV app on your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air. Start mirroring from your laptop. Your screen will instantly appear so you can mirror Mac without Apple TV.

Need more help with your MacBook Pro mirror display? Contact AirBeamTV, either through Facebook Messenger or by clicking on the “send AirBeamTV Log” option on your AirBeamTV app. Our customer support is available 24/7 and happy to help.

How to Mirror Mac to TV?

AirBeamTV makes it easy to mirror Mac to TV so you can watch movies, videos, and TV shows on the big screen. Download the app. Click “Start Mirroring”. Your Mac screen will appear on your TV instantly. Watch videos and movies. Use it to cast Twitch, Instagram Live, or Facebook Live. You can even use the app for at-home workouts or Classroom Screen Mirroring for schools and businesses.

The AirBeamTV Screen Mirroring app mirrors your Mac through your Wi-Fi network. Download the AirBeamTV app. Click “Start Mirroring”. Your computer screen will begin Screen Mirroring to your MacBook. Follow these simple steps to find out how to cast your MacBook to TV:

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