2 Best Software For Mirroring Android to PC

Last Updated on November 12, 2022 by Humera hallari

To do mirroring from Android smartphone to PC can actually be done without additional software if your smartphone can be used for miracast and your PC uses Windows 10 which of course also your PC must support miracast. But sometimes we only have an old PC or Android smartphone we also do not support miracast then inevitably we have to use software.

In this review we have tried some software that can be used for mirroring Android to PC and the results are very satisfactory. Everything is free, but for additional functionality you may need to purchase a license.

Here are 2 best Software for mirroring Android to PC.

1) ApowerMirror

ApowerMirror in our opinion is one of the best software for mirroring Android to PC, although our device does not support miracast, we will be able to do mirroring dedicatedly by using ApowerMirror.

What makes us recommend this software is because it supports to transmit audio from Android to PC at once with its screen display. In addition, ApowerMirror also has settings such as the level of mirroring clarity we want, or even we don’t want the audio mirroring to be set in ApowerMirror.

ApowerMirror can be used for free, but if you want to get all the features of course you need to buy a license.

2) 1001TVs

The second software we have tested is 1001TVs. This software can do mirroring from Android to PC with absolutely free. But this software is not without its drawbacks, in many Android devices this software has not support for audio mirroring.

For PC version 1001TVs has 2 versions namely installer and portable version. If you don’t want to install it you can try the portable version of this software. Unlike ApowerMirror, 1001TVs software has no additional settings, and is done automatically.

That’s a summary of 2 of the best software that can be done for mirroring Android to PC. If you don’t want to mirroring you can still use another way to display android on your PC, i.e. by using the Emulator.

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