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What is AirPlay?

AirPlay is Apple's streaming technology for wirelessly streaming from Apple devices to AirPlay-enabled receiver devices such as speakers, AV receivers, stereo systems, and TVs.

QuattroPod allows up to four macOS and iOS devices to share a split screen simultaneously via the AirPlay protocol without the need for the app.

iOS device screen sharing with QuattroPod

QuattroPod Introduction Video

A short video introducing iPhone screen mirroring.

View YouTube video

Enable AirPlay

By default, AirPlay is enabled on QuattroPod devices. However, if you want to re-enable the feature, you can find the corresponding AirPlay option under Advanced Settings:

If AirPlay is successfully enabled, the AirPlay icon will appear in the upper right corner of the home page.

AirPlay on iOS

To stream your iOS screen, connect your device to the same Wi-Fi network as QuattroPod. QuattroPod's SSID and password will be displayed at the top of the Home screen:

QuattroPod Home screen.

On your iOS device, swipe up from the bottom of the screen to access the Control Center.

Open Control Center

In the control center, tap screen sync, then select the QuattroPod.


If you don`t see the QuattroPod receiver under AirPlay, make sure your iOS device is connected to the receiver.

The QuattroPod receiver

To stop AirPlay transmission from the iOS device, tap Screen Sync in the Control Center again, then select Turn off AirPlay Sync.

Turn off AirPlay sync

AirPlay on macOS

To stream your macOS screen, connect your device to the same Wi-Fi network as QuattroPod. QuattroPod's SSID is displayed at the top of the home page:

QuattroPod Home Page

In the Mac menu bar, click the AirPlay icon at the top of the screen.

Select the QuattroPod device you want to use from the list. If it does not appear, make sure your Mac is connected to the same network as the QuattroPod device.

AirPlay: Select QuattroPod