TiffanyScreens: Easy To Use, Cross-Platform Screen Sharing [Mac, Windows, Linux]

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Generally, when you want to share your screen with someone, you might turn to a projector or remote desktop application. Many of the solutions for sharing a screen are cumbersome and not the easiest thing in the world to get up and running. Whether you are connecting cables or running complicated software, the process just never seems to be as easy as it could be.

With TiffanyScreens, the process happens automatically and you can be sharing your screen in a matter of seconds.

cross platform screen sharing

The most awesome thing about TiffanyScreens is the fact that it works on multiple platforms. You can use it on Linux, Windows and Mac, so no matter what kind of computer you and the other person on your network are using, you will be able to share your screen and get things done. There is absolutely no configuration since the app automatically detects other devices running the software on your network.

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The app comes with a free option that lets you share your screen with one other computer at a time. This should be perfectly fine for most people who are using it for screen sharing in their home, but for businesses looking to use this in place of a projector, a paid license is available that lets you share the screen with more computers.

Whether you are doing presentations or just trying to show a family member how to do something on the computer, TiffanyScreens has you covered.

Features:

  • Share your screen over local network with no configuration.
  • Works on Mac, Windows, and Linux.
  • Free option for single computer sharing.
  • Paid licence to share with multiple machines.

Find TiffanyScreens on the Mac App Store and @ tiffanyscreens.com/download.html

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