“You have a bunch of different options to turn your iPad into a second display, but we prefer Air Display as the easiest option.”

– LifeHacker

Expand your horizons

Extend your desktop by moving your palettes to your extra screen.

Ultimate Control

Use your iPad (or two!) as an interactive control surface.

Extreme Multitasking

Fill your iPad screen with your utility apps like Messages, Mail, Skype, or Transmit.

Air Display is the easiest way to turn almost any spare screen into an extra display for your computer. 


Wirelessly connect to an iPad or Android device from your laptop to create the ultimate road-warrior workstation. 
Or repurpose any nearby Mac or Windows PC to give yourself more screen real estate for your main computer.
Air Display connects easily, allowing you to extend or mirror up to four screens at once to create unique and powerful presentations or to to improve your creative workflow in whatever way you choose.

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An extra screen in 5 minutes

Buy the Air Display app from the App Store, download the free drivers from here to your computer, and GO.

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More screens, more options

Use your iPad, iPhone, Mac or Windows PC as a second display. Extend or mirror your screen.

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No wires needed

With Air Display’s advanced Wi-Fi, you never need to worry about having the right cable or even staying close to your computer.

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Touch your desktop

Use your finger to draw directly on the screen. Try it with a calculator app, painting tool, or music control surface.

Easy to set up

Buy the Air Display app

Do this from the device that will be your extra screen.

Get the free driver

Download to the computer that will be your main screen.

Click to connect

Launch Air Display on your extra screen device, then Connect in the Air Display menu on your computer.

Compatibility

MAC

Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion) and newer.

NETWORK

Your host computer and Air Display device must be on the same network. Wi-Fi and wired Ethernet are both supported.

WINDOWS

Windows 7 or 8 (Windows 7 Starter Edition not supported)