Screenleap offers a variety of ways to share your screen depending on what device you are on.
We are excited to share that, if you are using the Chrome, Edge, or Firefox version 76 or higher on a desktop computer, you can now share your screen without needing to install any software. It is truly installation-free sharing for you and installation-free viewing for the other participants in your meeting.
If you are using a Windows or Mac computer, you can share by installing our Screenleap for Windows app or Screenleap for Mac apps, respectively. Your viewers will be able to view your shared screen from any device with a web browser (including tablets and smartphones) without having to download or install any additional software.
If you have an iOS or Android device, you can also share your screen while on-the-go using our Screenleap for iOS and Screenleap for Android apps. The mobile apps will allow you to share your screen or your camera to all of your viewers.
Desktop users on platforms that support the Google Chrome browser can share their screen by installing our Chrome extension. You will have the option of sharing your entire screen or just a browser tab. Like desktop screen sharing, your viewers will be able to view your shared browser window from any device with a web browser (including tablets and smartphones) without having to download or install any additional software.
Slack is a popular tool that lets you chat with your team. If you use Slack, you’ll be excited to learn that our new integration will make Slack even more useful by allowing your team members to start a screen share directly from within Slack by simply starting a message with "/leap".