Reflector 3 3.0.2

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Reflector 3 3.0.2
AirPlay your iOS device to your Mac.

Mirror your phone, tablet or computer to the big screen without wires or complicated setups. Present, teach or entertain from the palm of your hand. Reflector makes it easier than ever to share your device screen.

AirPlay, Google Cast and Miracast together

Reflector turns Mac, Windows and Android devices into AirPlay, Google Cast or Miracast receivers. Use Reflector to wirelessly display and record iPhones, iPads, Chromebooks, Android devices and Windows tablets on a bigger screen.

Reflector 3 combines the capabilities of Apple TV, Chromecast and Windows devices to create a powerful, all-in-one mirroring receiver.

* Miracast and Google Cast capabilities vary by platform.

What’s New

Version 3.0.2: Note: Now requires OS X 10.10 or later.

  • Miracast compatibility with Reflector for Windows
  • iPhone X frames
  • Full-resolution screenshot button
  • New, easier to use interface
  • Screen peeks for connected devices
  • Greatly improved performance, stability and speed
  • Resolved a crash on launch experienced by a few users.


  • Intel, 64-bit processor
  • OS X 10.7.5 or later
  • Supported device
  • Local network connection

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13 comments on "Reflector 3 3.0.2"

  1. uditha says:

    Can’t install on mac os Moneterey. “Reflector 3” is damaged and Can’t be opened” message coming.

  2. KB says:

    Please update to 4

  3. Aras Cargo says:

    can you please update to the new version 4?

  4. TROetg says:

    Please update the latest version, thank you very much!

  5. Odul says:

    Could U update the last version plZ ? Or Reflector Teacher ?
    Thx in advance

  6. Starman says:

    Please update it

  7. Awaro says:

    Can you please upload the latest version of Reflector 3 which is 3.2.1?

  8. Awaro says:

    “Reflector 3” is damaged and Can’t be opened. You should move it to Bin.

    • MMMMMM says:

      sudo xattr -rd Reflector\

      • miggylan says:

        when i do this it says “No such file”. what should i do?

        • Spookyghost says:

          The listed command doesn’t have the right file path attached to it. Delete everything up to quarantine, and then drag the app icon onto your Terminal to add the right path. With a standard mac install, my path was sudo xattr -rd /Applications/Reflector\

  9. Abdussalam Dahmani says:

    very good

  10. Abdussalam Dahmani says:

    very good

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