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Mac Pro

Mac mini

iMac

MacBook

Mirror your mac screen to your TV
with the Mirror for Smart TV app from AirBeamTV.

Apple users that don’t have Apple TV can still stream anything and everything from their Mac computer to any of the Smart TV’s below. Installation is painless, quick and easy for a one-time payment of $9.99. Connect your Samsung, LG, Sony, Panasonic or Philips smart TV.

” This app is just what I needed. I needed to review some house plans with alot of detail and zooming in on my computer was just too cumbersome. I tried the MIrror for LG app and it solved the problem. The app was easy and fast to download and simple to use. I had my computer’s image on the large screen tv within 30 seconds. The image was clear and resolution was excellent. And the best part was that it was all wireless. I highly recommend this app for reviewing detailed documents, still photographs, etc.” – 

DennyMara

“Well worth the $9.99 price! Works great! The picture from my MacBook Pro looks just as good if not better than my wireless U-Verse signal to my TV. I was using it to watch March Madness off my computer and my wife walks by the TV and says “what a great picture!” She could not believe it was the App going to my Smart Samsung TV. One person commented on there being a delay… of course there will be a delay … your computer is getting a wireless signal and then has to send that signal wirelessly to your TV. […]”

– Zippy from Ohio