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We have 4 reviews for Vysor. The average overall ratings is 2.2 / 5 stars.
Overall Opinion: i wanna know why vysor dosen't support OS6 devices? and is there a similar tool like vysor ? can u please help me out in this???
Overall Opinion: Useless! Free version has ads every 15 minutes after first 9 hrs of use. Paid version requires you to log in through your google account before you can purchase it meaning it can access all your google accounts, including your email and google pay accounts. Very fishy if you ask me.
Overall Opinion: The overall working of the app is pretty good and stable, but for any, absolutely any quality improvement payment is required. They sure need to maintain their work, but it's not a cloud based service and the quality is just terrible for any use that exceeds the "My screen is broken and I need to back my thing up" one
Overall Opinion: If you want to control your Android device from your desktop computer, Vysor is the best way to make that happen. You'll be able to play games, use apps, and perform any other activities that could be done directly through the Android mobile device. This gives you the ability to control your Android device with your keyboard and mouse, so it offers a level of control that is hard to replicate with touchscreen gestures. If you want to be able to offer or receive remote assistance with your device, you can use the Vysor Share module to either view someone else's screen or let them view your own screen. This makes it easy to quickly find issues and solve them without having to have the user actually perform the repair. You can also use the Vysor Share function for testing apps and debugging software through a range of dedicated devices. If you have access to enough devices to create a dedicated device farm, you can use Vysor Share to control all those devices from a single interface. This is much more efficient than using an emulator since you know the behavior of the physical devices is much more likely to reflect reality than an emulator. Setting up the Vysor software is quite simple. First, you'll have to install the Vysor app on your Android mobile device. Next, you'll have to enable USB debugging, and instructions for such a process can be found online for your various devices. Next, download and install the Vysor Chrome extension. This is how you'll actually be able to view and control what happens on your Android device from your desktop. If you are using a version of the Windows operating system, you'll also have to download and install ABD drivers to ensure proper utility of the software. After that, you'll be ready to use the software. Vysor is an exceptionally small piece of software that uses very little system resources. The benefits that it brings are well worth any cost in terms of storage space and system utility. The tool is free to download and use, so you won't ever have to pay with actual money. With all the different ways Vysor can help developers, it is certainly a popular option for Android remote control and viewing. If you have any issues with the software, which isn't common, you can probably find a solution in the various support forums for the software. Most users find the tool works well, and many people don't even think about it once it has synced the activity of their Android and PC.
Pros: Control Android From Desktop Remote Debug and App Testing
Cons: No Clear Downsides
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