Top 5 Android to Android Screen Share Apps

It may not be every day but there will be times when you need to share your Android screen between two Android devices or even iOS. For instance, swiping with your friend on tinder, help your dad with tech support, online shopping, etc.

In those situations, screen sharing apps allow you to properly guide them through the process without much hassle. Here are some of the best screen sharing apps for Android that you can use for free.

Related: 5 Ways To Mirror Your Android Screen to Any Computer

Android to Android Screen Share Apps

1. Skype

If you and your friend already have Skype, there is no need to look further. Skype recently announced screen sharing on Android and iOS devices.

To get started, make sure you and your friend is running the latest version of Skype on your mobile. Tap the username to open the conversation thread and tap the Video call icon or the audio call icon from the top right. Once the call is connected, tap the three dots on the bottom right corner to reveal the options. You’ll see Share Screen, tap the button to initialize the screen sharing feature.

Pros

  • Free & Cross-platform
  • Works on both WiFi and data
  • Screenshot alert

Cons

  • Significant lag
  • Can not control another device

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2. TeamViewer Quick Support

TeamViewer is one of the most popular and free applications when it comes to screen sharing. It even allows the remote user to control your device directly (on supported phones like OnePlus). The remote support feature is very helpful in the event of troubleshooting situations where you cannot solve a problem or don’t know how to use or access a particular setting or app on your device.

Read: Use TeamViewer To Mirror Your Android Screen to Any Computer

Like on a computer, using the app on Android is pretty simple and straightforward. However, both parties need to install a different set of apps. The one who wants to share his or her screen needs to install TeamViewer Quick Support and when you open the app after installing, TeamViewer will generate a unique ID for your device. Share that ID with the person or device you wish to share the screen with. To access your device, that person or device should have TeamViewer for Remote Control installed. Once they enter the unique ID into that app, the screen sharing will start.

If you want to let the remote user control your device, you have to install an add-on depending on your Android device manufacturer. You can easily install the add-on by tapping on the “Install Additional Add-on” option appearing in the Advanced Settings window.

Pros

  • Free for personal use
  • Cross-platform
  • Works on both WiFi and data
  • Guided other smartphones with gestures
  • Almost no lag

Cons

  • None

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3. Inkwire Screen Share + Assist

Inkwire Screen Share and Assist is a very simple and straightforward app that allows you to share your Android screen with other Android devices. It is designed by the same guy that created some of the best apps like Vysor, AllCast, ROM Manager, and ClockworkMod Tether.

The good thing about Inkwire is that it is very lightweight but has useful features like voice chat. For remote users, though the app has no remote control features, it gives them the ability to draw on the screen. This feature is particularly helpful when you are assisting a user in troubleshooting process or just showing them how to use an app or the Android device itself.

Moreover, unlike TeamViewer, you don’t need to have two different apps in order to share the screen. Just share the displayed unique ID with the person you want to share the screen with and you are good to go. If you want to, you can even access the screen share on any computer browser using the link provided on the app’s main screen.

Pros

  • Free
  • Easy to use
  • Guided other smartphones with gestures

Cons

  • Only on Android
  • Significant lag

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4. RemoDroid

RemoDroid is a very simple app that makes it easy to share your Android screen with other Android users. However, unlike the above-shared apps, RemoDroid won’t support screen sharing over the internet. Instead, you can only share the screen with Android users on your local network. Moreover, though it does let you control the remote device while screen sharing, this activity needs root permission to do so. If your device is not rooted then you cannot enable or use the remote assist feature on RemoDroid. Moreover, since RemoDroid runs on a local IP address. You can use the IP address to access your device from a browser on your computer. Of course, if your device is rooted, you will also be able to control the device remotely.

Simply put, if you are looking for a simple and lightweight wait app to share Android screen on your local network between Android devices then RemoDroid does the job pretty good. Being a free app, do give it a try and see if it fits your needs.

Pros

  • Free
  • Works on both Android, iOS and Desktop
  • Automatic detect on same WiFi
  • Control Your Android Phone from Remote Android (Root)

Cons

  • Significant lag and the desktop mirroring didn’t work in our testing
  • Does not support screen sharing over the Internet

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5. ApowerMirror

Just like RemoDroid, ApowerMirror only works on the local network. However, it is much more powerful than RemoDroid and allows you to share your Android screen to any device running Android, iOS, Windows, and MacOS. Though you cannot control the remote Android device when screen sharing Android to Android, you can do so when you are accessing the remote device from your computer. Other features of the app include the ability to record and capture screen, ability to show Android notifications directly on PC, ability to send messages, etc.

Pros

  • Free
  • Works on both Android, iOS and Desktop
  • Automatic detect on same WiFi
  • Record and capture screen
  • Smooth and lag free

Cons

  • Does not support screen sharing over the Internet
  • Can’t control other Android Phone remotely

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Closing Words

These were some of the best Android Apps to mirror your Android screen to other Android devices. While all the apps support screen mirror, only TeamViewer has remote assist feature, but even that requires a special add-on which can be install from the settings menu and some devices don’t have an add-on (Moto for example). RemoDroid can also support remote access if you have root permissions. But in general, there are no simple and straightforward apps with good remote capabilities like on PC.

That’s all for now. Comment below sharing your thoughts and experiences about using the above app or just to share your favorite Android screen sharing apps.

Also Read: Access Windows Shared Folder From Android Over Wi-Fi

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