|By Business Wire||
|February 13, 2013 09:08 AM EST||
Android phone users can now share the content from their phone’s browser with the larger screen of their Android tablet on the road without requiring a cellular account on the tablet by using the new Android app, ScreenShare Browser Pro, developed by Spring Design.
ScreenShare Browser can sync the browser user interface instantly, enabling content to move fast and seamlessly between phone and tablet via a Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connection, using the smartphone’s cellular connection or Wi-Fi to access the Internet. Once connected, users can interact with the ScreenShare-enabled content on the tablet, just as they would on their smartphone, using the tablet’s virtual keyboard, reading/sending email, viewing video, and zooming and panning web-based images. Content can even be split between the two, such as viewing a YouTube-based video full screen on the tablet while reading comments about the video on the phone.
“This is the first app to enable an Android phone to share a screen with a tablet or vice versa, making it easier for both business and personal users to present, use and share web-based content on their phones and tablets, even if their tablet doesn’t have a cellular connection,” said Spring Design CEO, Albert Teng. “We plan to add new apps in June to facilitate screen sharing of the phone’s local storage-based content such as photos, music, video and documents.”
The Pro version of ScreenShare Browser for phone is available now for $4.99 on Google Play ($2.99 during the introduction period). Spring Design plans to release a suite of apps in June (free upgrade for Pro version buyers) to facilitate screen sharing content residing on a phone’s SD card with a tablet.
The Pro version Browser for phone pairs with the free tablet sister app: The Pro version ScreenShare Browser for Tablet.
Video demo of ScreenShare http://youtu.be/Ygng30ir1tc
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