LetsView App Review
The LetsView app does what it claims to do – mirror your screen across devices. LetsView is a multi-platform multi-feature app that allows you to share your devices’ screens. The app is built to appear as simple as possible so anyone can easily use it.
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Screen mirroring is an outstanding technological feature that allows one to cast (mirror) their device screen to another display (a bigger screen). Most modern phones include a “Cast” feature, but the feature is well limited in what it can do. Third-party options remain the best, and the LetsView app just seems a decent tool for broadcasting your mobile phone screen to bigger displays.
LetsView is a multi-platform multi-feature app that allows you to share your devices’ screens. The app is built to appear as simple as possible so anyone can easily use it. With LetsView, you can mirror or cast your iPhone’s display to a bigger screen. In this LetsView review article, I will share my honest opinions after using the app for 48 hours.
LetsView App Overview
LetsView is mainly portrayed as a screen mirroring app, but it does more than just that – it is equally a remote desktop tool and integrates a “drawing” feature that lets you annonate across displays. The app is free to download and install across your devices; the interface is very much intuitive and easy to navigate.
This app lets you cast or mirror your iPhone screen to a smart TV, PC, or any other bigger screen that can connect to a WiFi network. Both devices you’re using to try out this app’s features must be connected on the same WiFi if you’re to cast/share your screen.
- Remote device access
- Screen sharing
- Screen mirroring
- Drawing and annotation
While LetsView is portrayed as a “Free” app, it actually has paid plans that unlock all the app’s features. There are basically two plans available: Pro and Business. The Pro package offers two plans: Monthly ($4.99) and Annual ($29.99). For the Business package, it goes for $3.33 per month, billed annually at $39.99.
How to Cast Your iPhone Screen to Bigger Screen For Free
It’s pretty easy using this app; firstly, you have to install the PC client app on your laptop or MacBook, then proceed to install the iOS version on your iPhone or iPad device. Once this is done, launch the app on either of the device and sign up using an active email. During this signup, you’ll have to provide a verification code sent to the email you provided (the code typically goes to the SPAM folder).
- Step One: Open the LetsView app on your iPhone and also launch it on your PC. Connect both the PC and mobile device to the same WiFi network, and sign in to your account on both devices.
- Step Two: Enter the passkey to connect your two devices (the PC and iPhone). Once connected, tap on your PC from the LetsView app on your iPhone and select “Share My Screen.”
- Step Three: Everything that appears on your iPhone screen will be mirrored to your PC screen. However, you cannot control the iPhone’s screen from the PC.
How to Cast Your PC Screen to Your iPhone For Free
Yes, you can also cast your laptop or MacBook screen to your iPhone device using LetsView. On your PC, click on the “Remote” tab on the LetsView app and further click on “Start Sharing.” However, the first time you’ll have to use this tool, you’ll be prompted to “download” it. The download doesn’t take time anyways; once it’s complete, you can start sharing your computer screen to your iPhone or any other connected display.
How To Present With LetsView
Navigate to the “Drawing” tab and you’ll find a number of tools that allow you to draw or annotate any part of your PC screen. However, that’s not the catch, the catch is that, while casting your phone’s display to a bigger screen (a tablet, PC, or TV), you can launch a “Whiteboard” and write notes or share “Files” between the devices. These features are found in the “Discover” tab on the LetsView mobile app version (from the device you’re casting from).
LetsView Review – My Honest Opinion
Apparently, the LetsView app does what it claims to do – mirror your screen across devices. It’s quite a cool application that runs smoothly on all devices. The setup procedure to onboard your devices is swift and intuitive – you’ll figure it out yourself without a guide. LetsView app’s interface is no different from what I expected – a cool, easy to navigate UI.
Mirroring my PC screen to my iPhone’s screen worked perfectly, and mirroring my iPhone’s screen to my PC worked fine, too. But then, for a software advertised as a “free” app for screen mirroring, LetsView’s free features are quite minimal, especially when trying to cast your PC/macbook screen to a mobile device. Most of the annotating tools are only available after you upgrade to the premium version.
This LetsView review focuses on every aspect of the app. The app is pretty good and recommendable; you can stick with the free version if all you need is to mirror your device screen, but if you need anything else, you’ll have to pay. Like every other review written on this blog, we tested the LetsView app before putting this up.