X-Mirage
X-Mirage
2.11.0

2.9

X-Mirage free download for Mac

X-Mirage2.11.0

21 January 2020

Mirror your iOS devices on your Mac.

Overview

X-Mirage allows users to wirelessly mirror iOS devices on a Mac using AirPlay. X-Mirage supports mirroring multiple iOS devices to one Mac, as well as the ability to record the mirrored devices' screens.

What's new in X-Mirage

Version 2.11.0:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.7 or later

  • Support 4K Quad Full HD Mirroring.

Join over 500,000 subscribers.

Subscribe for our newsletter with best Mac offers from MacUpdate.

How would you rate X-Mirage app?

23 Reviews of X-Mirage

See all
5
Abel152
27 March 2018
Version: 2.04.3

Most helpful

Absolutely love this app! The best app to record my iPhone screen.
(1)
1
2shortplanks
05 May 2020
Version: 2.11.0
DO NOT BUY. Worked fine at first, but if you ever have to re-install the software you need to email them to get a replacement key!
(0)
1
bradley-dichter
23 January 2020
Version: 2.11.0
Doesn’t work, no video. Use Airserver 7.2 instead.
(0)
5
Abel152
27 March 2018
Version: 2.04.3
Absolutely love this app! The best app to record my iPhone screen.
(1)
5
john-111
20 March 2018
Version: 2.04.3
This application is absolutely stunning! I have been trying to find similar software to compare but I have not yet found anything comparable. This is great, just what I wanted.
(1)
5
joycebell931
19 January 2018
Version: 2.04.3
I bought X-Mirage last year. It works very well! Efficient work! Thank.
(2)
1
orablue
10 August 2017
Version: 2.04.3
The latest version (2.04.3) running on the latest macOS Sierra update crash upon connection from iOS 10.x. Emailed their customer support but there's no reply. Their support forum is a blank screen. Looks like abandonware to me, yet they are still selling the app for USD16! There are better supported products out there. BUY AT YOUR OWN RISK.
(0)
Show comment (1)
5
porg
19 March 2017
Version: 2.04.3
PERFECT SOLUTION FOR USING AN OLD MAC AS AN AIRPLAY SERVER FOR RECEIVING THE A/V STREAM


The current version 2.04.3 as of 2017-03 supports the newest macOS 10.12.3 Sierra, until back to OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. Great backward compatibility. If you have no more use for your old device, at least it can act as a secondary display!

Therefore I can use my old Mac running OS X 10.6.8 Sierra as a secondary display for my current rMBP running macOS 10.12.3 Sierra.

Server side (receiving side of the stream): Start the app. Firewall asks you: Allow incoming connections for X-Mirage? Confirm with Yes. You are done! No extra drivers, no restart, no config necessary. It instantly is available on the LAN. If you want you can tweak settings according to your needs (screen size, password, etc).

Client side (sending the stream): Works out of the box with the built-in system features (in the system controls Airplay and Audio you select your destination, where you want to stream to. X-Mirage was properly listed as a stream target. No drivers, nothing. Impressive!

Quality & Speed: Did not evaluate that extensively. But it seemed very ok! Lag almost unnoticable, quality very ok.


With X-MIRAGE I had a working setup in just 1min, and understood it completely after 5min. So different to the competition if you want to connect an old and a new Mac. Before that I spent 4 hours trying out competitor software, which did not work at all connecting the old and the new Mac.

AIRSERVER: It offered downloading a legacy version. But obtaining a trial version was not possible, as the changed the process meanwhile. Tried this and that. It all failed.

AIRSQUIRRELS: Tried their combo of Reflector (server receiving stream) and Airparrot (client sending stream). Airparrot needed to install an audio and a video driver, needed to restart the Mac. Upon connecting from macOS 10.12 with the current Airparrot 2.7 the legacy Reflector 1.6.3 on OS X 10.6 crashed. Tried different version combinations, but all failed.


I don't know whether I will buy X-Mirage, as it is a one time occasion (rehearsal of a keynote presentation on two screens). But should I need it again, I will definitely consider buying it! The least I could do, was to give you a positive review. I was really impressed!
(0)
Thebryceman
28 January 2016
Version: 2.01.10
You can do this for FREE from Yosemite and iOS8 if you are happy to use a Lightning cable. Plug in your iOS device and Open QuickTime Player then: Select File menu>Select New Movie Recording... In the window that appears, select the small downward-facing arrow to the right of the record button, and then select your device from the Camera and Microphone selections. You can optionally set your video quality from the same menu. Done!
(7)
Show comment (1)
0.5
Eviandem
28 January 2016
Version: 2.01.10
After a complete new install of OS, x-Mirgae didn´t work. x-Mirage says: "Number of activations execeed". Do I have to contact the developer each time, I install a new os or change the drive?
(1)
Show comment (1)
1
Stike
14 November 2015
Version: 1.06.8
It did work, until I switched my HDD to an SSD and restored from TimeMachine. Now, my license code is invalid! I support devs and pay for software, but I can't recommend such anti-consumer DRM.
(3)
Show comment (1)