Superbrush clones the screen of your Windows computer on your Android tablet and relays pen input back to your PC.
Here’s how to get started:
This App supports PCs running Windows 8.1 or later with a suitable hardware video encoder. Practically all modern PCs have a hardware video encoder, but if you’re unsure, you can use the testing feature in the Superbrush Windows app before purchasing to make sure your PC is supported. Visit superbrush.app/help#system-requirements for more information.
This App uses hardware encoding to achieve the best possible latency with minimal performance impact.
USB and Wi-Fi connectivity
This App works well over a stable Wi-Fi connection, but USB connectivity is also available for maximum reliability.
Full pressure and gesture support
This App has native support for pressure sensitive styluses and multitouch gestures, because it is exposed to the operating system as a hardware multitouch display and digitizer.
- Added software encoder support for PCs without hardware support (requires driver version 1.1.10).
- Improved connectivity reliability and added an auto connect option.
- Added support for connecting over an Android Wi-Fi hotspot (requires driver version 1.1.10).
- Added custom refresh rate as an experimental option (requires driver version 1.1.10).
- Fixed compatibility issues with some Android devices.
- Standalone Android Package (AntiSplit-G2 v1.2 by tilks)
- Supported CPU architecture: none
- Supported DPIs: xxhdpi
- Languages: en, ru