How to broadcast an iPhone or iPad screen to a Windows computer

With AirPlay, you can easily cast your iPhone or iPad screen to your Mac or Apple TV.But what if you have

You can cast the screen of your mobile device to it as well, and below we will tell you how to do it.

LonelyScreen is a free and easy receiver.AirPlay for PC. With its help, the contents of the iPhone or iPad screen can be broadcast to a computer screen with Windows, and there is no need to install an additional mobile application.

To get started, download LonelyScreen and install it on your computer.

If you have an antivirus, during installationPrograms may pop up a window on which you will need to mark the types of networks with which LonelyScreen will be able to interact. We do not recommend choosing social networks, as they are not very secure.

Once installed, LonelyScreen will start automatically, and in the dialog box, you will need tochooseFix It(Administrator).

If the antivirus window pops up again, selectYesso that LonelyScreen can receive information.

After that, the main screen LonelyScreen. The name of the receiver is “LonelyScreen” by default. It will be displayed on your iOS device if you go to the Repeat Screen. To change the name, click on it.

Enter the desired name and click "Save".

Now you need to configure your iOS device. To do this, it must be connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your computer. LonelyScreen can be minimized, but do not close the program.

Open the Control Point on your device and click on the Repeat screen icon.

In the list of available devices will be "LonelyScreen" or the name you choose. Click on it to start broadcasting the screen.

After that, the Screen Repeat icon will turn white. This means that the translation is running.

Now everything that is displayed on the iOS device screen will be displayed in the LonelyScreen window on your computer, including audio. The window size can be changed to make the image larger.

To end your broadcast, close LonelyScreen by clicking on the gear icon and selectingExit Lonelyscreen.