Reflection is a new app for OS X that allows Mac users to mirror the screen of their iOS device on their Mac seamlessly. Using Reflection is as simple as it could get, you just have to connect both of your devices on same WiFi network and from your iOS device’s AirPlay screen select your Mac, upon doing it you will instantly see your Mac running the screen of your iOS device in real-time inside a frame that looks like your iPhone or iPad (you can turn the frame off if you want to).
Reflection app does not require any change on your iOS device, just install the app on your Mac and you are good to go. You can select between Automatic orientation, Force Landscape, or Force Portrait options from App’s settings on Mac.
To start mirroring the screen of your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch on your Mac, simply download Reflection and run it on your Mac. Make sure both your devices are on same Wifi network. Double click the home button of your device and swipe towards right on the app switching tray until you see the volume control. On right side of the volume control you will see the AirPlay button, tap on it and select your Mac.
You can run and mirror anything on your Mac including games, apps, videos, music etc. Reflection is an awesome app, but sometimes crashes too much. I hope developers are already working hard to resolve this issue. You can download Reflection to try it for 10 minutes, and if you like it then you can buy it for $14.99 (single license). Reflection requires OS X 10.6+ and only supports iPhone 4S and iPad 2 at the moment.