Tenor Phone Mirror: Use the gaming keyboard on PC and Mac to play Android games

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“Previously, Tenorshare provided you to mirror and control Android on the computer but did not offer a chance to play Android games using a game keyboard. To meet users’ needs, we decide to launch a new feature of screen mirroring software! Now Tenorshare Phone Mirror can provide all users to play Android games on PC & Mac with game keyboard,” said Tenorshare’s CEO, while introducing the new feature.

Users of Tenorshare Phone Mirror can instantly cast the Android screen to a PC or Mac. Gamers want to play these games on their PCs or Macs because there are more and more mobile phone games available every day. Tenorshare Phone Mirror recently debuted this feature. Using the game keyboard, anyone who enjoys gaming on Android can do so! You may operate mobile games using a mouse and keyboard after setting key mapping. It offers preset key settings for some well-known titles, like PUBG, Genshin Impact, Among Us, Free Fire, and Game for Peace.


  • Major Features of Tenorshare Phone Mirror. Allow you to play Android games with a game keyboard on a PC or Mac. Mirror Android screen and display it on a bigger screen. You can also run Android Apps on Windows/Mac. This press release was issued on behalf of the news source (Tenorshare Co. Ltd.) who is solely responsibile for its accuracy, by Send2Press® Newswire. Information is believed accurate but not guaranteed. Story ID: 83575 APDF-R8.6


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