Reflector 2 now lets you stream to YouTube from iPhone/iPad in real time

On August 20, 2015

Reflector 2 now allows users to stream content from their mobile devices to YouTube in real time. Anybody with a compatible smart phone or tablet can share their screens to YouTube and allow viewers to follow along as they broadcast presentations, in-class lessons, gameplay, video feeds and more.

Reflector 2 is claimed to be the world’s first wireless screen-mirroring technology to enable live YouTube streaming. Anything that is displayed on iPhone, iPad, Android device, Chromebook or Surface tablet can be instantly streamed to YouTube when connected to Reflector 2.

Uploading gameplay footage to YouTube is one of the latest gaming trends. Now gamers can do it live. The Reflector 2 YouTube live stream feature allows gamers to interact with their audience and put their skills on display to mobile gaming enthusiasts in real time.

Additional Reflector 2 updates include:

  • Webcam streaming to YouTube – Reflector 2 now supports webcam display alongside mirrored devices. This allows audiences to see a physical object or the presenter’s face during a presentation or YouTube Live broadcast. Users can even record instructional videos that include the webcam and mirrored devices.
  • Recording bar – Voice-over controls, recording, broadcasting and webcam controls have been moved to an easy-to-find, centralized bar in the Reflector 2 menu.
  • Voice-over volume support – Users can now adjust the voice-over volume via a slider in “recordings.” Additionally, the recording engine (which is majorly improved) will respect whatever the device volume level is set to when saving recordings.


Reflector 2 is a wireless mirroring and streaming receiver that works great with Google Cast, AirPlay and AirParrot. It lets you mirror your content to the big screen without wires or complicated setups. You can also play games, watch movies, demo applications or present from the palm of your hand.

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