KLIK is Compatible with All Device Platforms
KLIK Works with PCs, Tablets & Smartphones
Using Mac with KLIK
Mac users have a choice between native streaming, without installing an app, or to use the KLIKConnect application.
Install the KLIK app to use the KLIK Password Access feature, to participate in Moderated Access meetings, or to allow your content to be viewed through KLIKStream.
Otherwise, use the AirPlay feature built into Mac OS.
Using Windows with KLIK
Users of Windows PCs, running either in desktop or Tablet mode, may choose either native streaming, or to use the KLIK app.
While both native, and the KLIK app support screen mirroring, the KLIK app adds several powerful features, not available with the native client.
Using Chromebook with KLIK
Chromebook users may install the free KLIK Connect extension to their Chrome browser. The extension allows the user to "discover" and connect to a KLIK device, using the password, if enabled.
The KLIK app supports full screen mirroring.
Using iOS Devices with KLIK
KLIK supports iOS devices through AirPlay compatibility. The best way to stream is to use the included utility by swiping up from the bottom of the screen.
Due to restrictions imposed by the manufacturer, iOS devices are restricted to screen mirroring only using AirPlay. The KLIK app offers limited document and image sharing capability.
Using Android with KLIK
Android includes Miracast as its native screen sharing utility, which is supported by KLIK. The KLIK Mirror app acts a shortcut tool to the native streaming utility.
In addition, the KLIK Mirror app for Android offers password support and moderated session support.