JustStream is one of the most reliable mirroring apps you will find today. The app is becoming very popular among Mac users these days as it is helping them connect to Roku in an instant. Our team also came across the service after coming across great reviews on Mac forums. We decided to review the application for a week and mirror Mac to Roku. Here is our review.
Let’s learn how to mirror Mac to Roku. To begin with, you will have to download JustStream on its website. After downloading, follow the simple installation process and the application will be ready to use within minutes. To get started, turn your Roku TV on and launch JustStream on your MacBook. Select the screen you want to mirror and make sure that your TV and MacBook are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
Next, click on your Roku TV from the list of available devices. The application will display all available devices connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Click on your Roku TV and then hit “Start Streaming.”
As soon as you click, your chosen screen will start mirroring on your Roku TV. After you are done, just click on “Stop Streaming” and the mirroring will stop.
Why choose JustStream?
JustStream is the perfect application for people looking to screen mirror Mac to Roku. It allows you hassle-free and uninterrupted streaming on Roku TV or any other device of your choice. The best thing about the application is that it removes the need for carrying cables and wires to connect two devices. Mirror a screen is as simple as a few mouse clicks.
The application was able to stream glitch-free without any significant lags. We played videos in multiple formats, gave presentations, played image slideshows, etc. to test how the application works with different formats and it was able to work well on every occasion. We found it working well with almost every DLNA device without lags and glitches and connecting was easy.
Are there any issues with JustStream?
During the one week of testing, we did not find any significant glitches or issues with the application. In the beginning, the app did not play music/audio in the videos. We quickly found out that it was because of the default mute settings on the application. If you are using the app, you will have to manually increase the volume.
It played well with embedded audio as well as external audio. We also found it compatible with all major formats of subtitles. If you want to mirror Mac to Roku free, then this app could be incredibly helpful to you. The free version of the application allows you to continuously mirror on any screen of your choice for 20 minutes. It is good for most presentations and talks. You will also be able to see the cursor on the screen, which is very helpful for teachers, students and anyone else giving a presentation or public talk. Overall, the software is incredibly useful for both amateurs looking to watch their favorite videos on bigger screens to professionals who have to impress people during a board meeting.