With Airplay, you can mirror iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch screen to Apple TV or AirPlay 2-compatible smart TV. Is there a way to mirror Android screen to the bigger screen? Yes, you can cast Android to your TV or Mac.
You can directly cast your screen from your device to your TV with this Google Home app and a Chromecast. This should work on every Android phone.
With the Home app installed, here's what you need to do:
1. Open the app and select the Chromecast device you want to use.
2. Select the Cast my Screen button at the bottom of your screen.
3. Accept the prompt that reminds you that whatever is on your phone will be visible on the TV. You may see a second prompt that warns you if your device isn't optimized.
To stop casting your screen, tap on the button labeled Stop mirroring in the Home app.
1. Swipe down from the top of your Android device to reveal the Quick Settings panel.
2. Look for and select a button labeled Screen cast.
3. A list of Chromecast devices on your network will show up. Select the one that's connected to your TV, and a few seconds later your Android phone's screen will show up.
4. Stop casting your screen by following the same steps and selecting Disconnectwhen prompted.
If you don't have a TV has Chromecast support, you can mirror/cast Android screen to Mac with the help of X-Mirage.
Follow below steps to mirror/cast Android screen to Mac.
1. Download and install X-Mirage on your Mac. Please make sure your Mac and Android devices are on the same Wi-fi network.
2. Swipe down from the top of your Android device to reveal the Quick Settings panel.
3. Look for and select a button labeled Cast.
4. A list of Chromecast devices on your network will show up. Choose your Mac.
5. Your Android screen will appear on the Mac.