Epson iProjection is an intuitive mobile projection app for the iPhone®,
iPad®, or iPod® touch. Epson iProjection makes it easy to project images and
files wirelessly using an Epson projector with network function. Move about the
room and effortlessly display contents from your iOS devic...
Pretty nice. Please fix Photo Album iOS 11
It’s a nice app. It’s my 1st time with using iProjector as I just purchased an EX9200 & was happy to easily connect two iPads simultaneously to it with it working as advertised with one important problem. I’m on an iPad iOS11, lots of photos in iCloud & local. Every time I try to access Photo Album the app freezes & I have to kill it. I’d like to try to play a video, haven’t gotten the Album to open. Thanks for the recent update (a month ago). Please keep them coming. The bad reviews were from yrs ago. Please give iProjector a little love, both users & app producer. It’s useful & appreciated.
Does not run PowerPoint
I got this projector with the expectation that I could easily use my iPad or my iPhone to project PowerPoint through the projector. However though it allows you to project a file that contains the slides from PowerPoint it does not allow you to use PowerPoint. So all of the work that you do in making decent presentation is unusable in this app. All you can do is project the slides without transitions, without animations, etc. You can only project the entire slide and then move onto the next.
Why support new projectors and not new Office?
I purchased the Powerlite 1781W to project Keynote and PowerPoint presentations. However, after being unable to do that, I learned from Epson Support iProjection only supports Office 2013, nothing more recent. It makes no sense not to provide support for an obsolete version of Office. Epson hardware is good...the software, not nearly so good. Combine that with a lack of support for Airplay and I’ve lost 75% of my rationale for the projector purchase.
The options are very limited, your phone’s pictures, a webpage, and documents - all the same things that the desktop version allows. I hoped the app would allow me to project any app on my phone. Disappointed.
Epson software is terrible
This software is clunky, but at least it's not as bad as Epson's protector software for Windows, which doesn't work on my Microsoft Surface. It disconnected the Wi-Fi every time I tried to use the projector. It also had the same problem on a Toshiba laptop. Stay away from Epson projectors! The hardware might be fine, but I haven't been able to evaluate it because the software is so bad!
Could be great
As others have mentioned especially for home users this should allow streaming. As it is the only applications are business for presenting mobile apps, documents or photos.
Very limited use
I purchased an Epson projector to be able to watch movies in the backyard, only to find out it wasn’t wifi enabled. My mistake. I spent a significant amount of money to get the Wireless LAN Unit from Epson. Then I find out I can only use the wifi projection if I download the app, only to find out you can’t stream any type of video from the app.
Like the projector, but needed mirroring
When I first bought this projector it allowed mirroring. I purchase a very expensive anatomy app for my students and now it no longer functions from my iPad. Why has the app and function changed?
Limited use only
You can access your pics or some docs but that's it. You can't play a video through your camera roll or from an app like Netflix... huge miss!
I downloaded this app, not because I needed my pictures on a projector, but just to see how it works. It seems very difficult to use and has very limited options for what it does. This app isn’t necessary. It has potential, but needs some serious TLC.
Power point problems
Since the latest iOS update, the projector now projects the slides in the wrong colors.
Waste of time!
After taking 5 minutes of loading a short keynote, the app plays one slide, doesn’t recognise any additional fonts, then crashes. Such a huge let down! Guess I’ll buy an Apple TV to project.
Effectively non functional
For all intents and purposes this app is non functional. The hardware requires you to be connected to either the internet OR this projector but not both. If your content cannot be saved locally on the device you cannot display it on the projector. If your content is a video, MS Office document or pdf it won’t display on the projector as the projector won’t accept the content. I’m honestly not sure what this app actually was designed for.
This worked for a hot second but now when I try to use the wireless to project images from my iPhone or iPad, only a few images appear from my photo library. Please help!!!!
Would not connect or recognize the Epson 2150
No matter what I tried. Removing and reinstalling the app, it would neither pick up nor connect to the Epson 2150 projector. Please fix the app because it has a lot of potential.
Yes. Epson iProjection is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 129 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 1.8/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Epson iProjection Is 66.7/100.
Yes. Epson iProjection is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 129 Epson iProjection User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Epson iProjection Is 66.7/100.
Epson iProjection works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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