Sharing screens on a tablet no longer a hassle

Think you can’t use your tablet computer to share screens with your co-workers? Think again. There are several apps you can get today that allow you to share your reports, images, documents and videos with co-workers and friends. With one of these screen-sharing apps, you won’t even miss that heavier laptop. Whatever screen sharing it can do, your tablet is now able to do, too. But which screen-sharing apps for iOS should you download? Miguel Leiva-Gomez, a writer for the tech site smallbiz technology, recommends three that should handle all of your screen-sharing needs.

Leiva-Gomez starts his review with for good reason. To put it simply, it’s one of the best screen-sharing apps for iOS currently out there. You will, however, need to pay for the program’s “pro” version to use it. Once you pay out the monthly fee of just under $20, though, you’ll have the ability to share your screen with co-workers and friends with ease. The program also comes with such goodies as Internet calling, instant chat and file sharing.

Air Sketch

Air Sketch is a formidable challenger to This app is another that’s simple to operate, according to Leiva-Gomez. It will also change your tablet into a surprisingly effective whiteboard that comes with five different drawing tools. You’re able to use Air Sketch to display documents, images, videos and presentations in real time, creating a tasteful and simple collaborative workspace.

Conference Pad

The Conference Pad completes Leiva-Gomez’s screen-sharing all-stars, and with good reason. This is a no-frills screen-sharing app, but it’s also a solid one. The app is especially impressive when it comes to zoom. Users can zoom into any area of their documents or images without having to sacrifice an iota of image quality. And like the other screen-sharing apps that Leiva-Gomez highlights, it’s a simple one to understand and use, which means that tablet owners will be sharing their screens in no time.