Turn your Android device into a second monitor with iDisplay

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Android-iDisplay
This may or may not be the best use of your Android’s display ever conceived. That being said, it would look OK if you were using your laptop, and needed a second screen onto your newly purchased Motorola Xoom perhaps, taking advantage of its 10inch screen. This would be annoying for me to use on my smartphone, as a 4 inch screen just wouldn’t cut it.
The app is called iDisplay, and it’s been around for some time for Apple products, but it’s now available in the Android Market and will only cost you $4.99. It uses an app that needs to be installed on either your PC or Mac (sorry, don’t see any Linux support just yet), where you would enter the IP address of your computer onto your Android device so it can grab the streamed display.

Key features include:

  • Extend the display – spread the desktop over both displays and drag items between the two screens.
  • Duplicate displays – view the same desktop on both the monitor and the Android device.
  • 100% Compatible – works with the Samsung Galaxy Tab, Google Nexus One, or any other Android tablet or smartphone on the market.
  • Works in portrait or landscape device orientations.

You can purchase iDisplay by clicking here for the Android Market

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