AirParrot vs Airtame 2

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AirParrot vs Airtame 2

AirParrot Alternative
What’s the difference between AirParrot and Airtame 2?

Airtame and AirParrot offer wireless screen sharing. Airtame provides a physical product (the receiver) that connects to an HDMI display (or VGA display with an adapter). AirParrot, on the other hand, is an app designed to let you send content to media receivers such as Chromecast and Apple TV. Therefore, AirParrot acts as supplementary software to an existing hardware setup.

Below we provide further comparison between Airtame 2 and AirParrot. Please note that all technical specifications are taken directly from AirParrot’s website.

Airtame 2 AirParrot 2
Powering AC adapter or Power over Ethernet
Connectivity
Windows Airtame app + Miracast AirParrot app
macOS Airtame app + AirPlay AirParrot app
Chromebook Airtame app + Google Cast AirParrot app
Linux Airtame app + Google Cast
iOS AirPlay AirParrot app
Android Google Cast + Miracast AirParrot app
Sharing
Resolution 1080p up to 60 fps 1080p up to 30 fps
Presenter mode Single window sharing (app) + extended screen (Miracast) Extended desktop
One-to-many screen sharing
Touchback support With Miracast
Security
Works on enterprise networks
Pin code connect Apple TV
Web Proxy support
Device management
Bulk updates
Remote updates
Different access levels
Moderator mode
Digital signage
Websites
Custom images
Videos
Productivity apps and dashboards
Calendar sync for room management
Scheduled Content
Power management
Sleep Schedule with CEC support

Last edited on April 28th, 2023