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Can I stream workouts on a bigger screen?
Can I stream workouts on a bigger screen?
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Written by Mary
Updated over a week ago

We've got good news! If you're an iPhone user you can use the Airplay feature to watch the workouts on a bigger screen, making it more enjoyable and effective.

You can press this button to check how to screen the videos with Airplay:

AirPlay is Apple’s casting feature, which allows you to wirelessly cast audio or video from your iPhone or iPad to an Apple TV or an AirPlay-compatible smart TV, as long as your device is connected to the same Wi-Fi as the TV.

You have to open the OrganicApp, choose the workout you want to cast to your TV and press the button as shown on the screenshot above. Then choose your Apple TV or AirPlay 2-compatible smart TV. Please check this link for more information:

If you're an Android user, we can share tips to cast workouts from your Android device to your TV! It's achievable for you depending on your specific Android device. In general, many Android devices support casting.

Unfortunately, our app does not have a built-in feature for connecting your Android device to your TV. However, we can suggest several solutions for connecting your Android device to your television.

1. Wi-Fi Connection: If you have a smart TV that supports Wi-Fi Direct or Miracast, you can connect your TV and smartphone to your Wi-Fi router. You will need to install an app such as Smart View (for Samsung devices) or any screen mirroring app from the Google Play Store. Within the app, select your TV to connect.

2. HDMI Type-C Cable: Alternatively, you can connect your Android smartphone to your TV using an HDMI Type-C cable. This method works with smart and non-smart TVs with an HDMI port.

Please note that the exact steps may vary depending on your TV's brand and model.

Please be assured that our team is diligently working on its implementation within the app. We are dedicated to providing an optimal experience for our Android users, and an update incorporating this feature will be released in the near future.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any further questions.

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