NORTH CANTON, Ohio – April 14, 2016 – Squirrels LLC has released its Reflector 2 and AirParrot 2 desktop screen-mirroring solutions in 13 new languages including Cantonese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Polish and Spanish.
Visitors to the Reflector and AirParrot web pages have the option to select their native language to redirect to the corresponding translated pages.
“Fifty-one percent of our web traffic comes from countries where English is not the primary language,” Squirrels co-founder Andrew Gould said. “We’ve sold Reflector and AirParrot in more than 180 countries. It was time to make our screen-mirroring technology more accessible to our global audience.”
Reflector and AirParrot are used to wirelessly display computer and mobile device screens to larger screens in schools, businesses and homes around the world. The new language options will help bring Squirrels' screen-mirroring apps to a much larger segment of the world population.
This update is the beginning of Squirrels’ internationalization efforts. The company plans to bring the expanded language options to its companion apps, Reflector Director, Reflector Student and AirParrot Remote, in the future.
For more information, or to download the translated versions of Reflector 2 and AirParrot 2, visit www.airsquirrels.com.
About Reflector 2 Reflector is a wireless mirroring and streaming receiver for AirPlay™, Google Cast™ and AirParrot 2®. It allows users to mirror content to a Mac or PC without wires or complicated setups. Play games, watch movies, demo applications or present from the palm of your hand.
About AirParrot 2 AirParrot is screen mirroring software that allows users to wirelessly beam their computer screen or media files to a variety of media receivers including Apple TV, Chromecast and Reflector 2. Users can easily share their screen, videos, audio, presentations and more to the big screen.