Screen mirroring utility for PC
LetsView is a free utility program that was developed by Wangxu Technology Co. Ltd. for PC devices. It is a cross-platform screen mirroring tool that lets users mirror smartphones to their computers and vice-versa. It lets them cast applications and media using various supported protocols, including AirPlay and Miracast.
LetsView works in a similar way to ApowerMirror and TeamViewer in that it allows for seamless switching from phone to PC displays. Setting the tool up is simple and uses Wi-Fi to establish wireless connections between devices. The casting feature integrates with smartphones well and can be enabled from the quick access settings.
How does LetsView work?
If you have used TeamViewer and ApowerMirror before, LetsView pretty much works the same way. It lets you replicate what's on your phone's screen to your PC by utilizing your Wi-Fi connection. The reverse can also be done as it allows you to cast from your PC to your mobile. Once a connection has been established, you can easily switch the feature on by selecting in on the screencasting menu or quick settings toggle, depending on your mobile OS platform.
LetsView appears as a floating window on your device and offers various features. The first one is the standard option of taking a screenshot. Next, you can opt to record a video of whatever is happening on your screen. Meanwhile, a Whiteboard functionality lets you draw or mark up on the screen, which will come in handy during presentations. Lastly, you have full-screen or always-on-top modes to round out its feature set.
Finally, you can change various options for display, audio, and capturing in the Settings menu. You can even enable hotkeys on your computer. Do take note of a few things, however. First, you can only mirror your screen if both your devices as using the same Wi-Fi network. Second, there is a limit to how long you can cast your display, and you will need to re-connect again to resume using it.
A decent screen mirroring program
If you are looking for a simple screen mirroring tool to use with your devices, LetsView is a decent choice to consider. It doesn't offer any advanced features and comes with its own set of limitations, but considering that it's free, it can't be faulted too much. Besides, using it is simple and works as intended. For most users, that will be enough.