For those who are interested in trying a second display monitor, an iPad application called Air Display iPad App has been updated and ready to be experienced. Avatron Software is the developer of this application and had released on the market Air Display iPad App Update.

This nice application updated a few weeks ago will make your iPad a second monitor with the use of wireless. If you want to enjoy the benefits of this clever iPad app, you must know that you will have to download, in addition of this application, the Air Display desktop. On your Mac, the software is going to install a system preference pane that you can control by using a menu item. For the display connection you can make a connection ad hoc or through WiFi.

Once activated, you will notice that you have the same wallpaper on your iPad that appears on your external monitor. When you use your iPad as a monitor you can choose to change this wallpaper. Using the Apple System Preference you have the possibility to adjust your iPad display as you want. If you use Spaces you will discover a fine monitor setup that makes your iPad a separate monitor for each single space.

Although the quality is not the same as in viewing, a nice feature of Air Display iPad App is that when it’s connected you can benefit of Flash video on your iPad. Another feature that I like about Air Display is mouse abilities with the screen refresh rate that works with no perceivable hesitation in mouse performance. With this Air Display iPad app update the developers managed in eliminating the bugs from switching orientations and now you can use this app in portrait mode as well as in landscape mode without any difficulty. In addition, you can count on this iPad application in order to improve your productivity when you are in a journey or at a business meeting.

Air Display iPad App is one of the finest for iPad monitor sharing and if you want to have it, you will have to pay $9.99. But, besides all nice aspects, you have to know that this is not the best solution because of its lag in performance when you choose to move between displays. As an iPad application, Air Display is great, but not all workflows are adaptable to it. Finally, it is your choice to buy it or not.

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