Turn your TV into your personal photo album with Dreamscreens My Dreams for Phones. The Dreamscreens My Dreams for Phones special Photo Backup Stick USB drive makes it easy for you to collect your photos from iPhones, iPads, Android phones and tablets, and Windows & Mac computers. Once gathered, easily edit them so they fit your TV screen exactly how you want them to. Never have an empty black TV screen again when having a gathering. Instead, play your My Dreams photo album and make your TV a conversation starter. Your guests will often see themselves in the photos!
How it Works:
Most TVs* today have the ability to plug a USB drive into the TV and play a slideshow of images from the drive. Dreamscreens My Dreams for Phones is a USB drive that contains the Photo Backup Stick apps for phones and computers. Plug the USB drive into your phone or computer and run the backup app to collect your photos. Once collected to the USB drive, use the app to edit your photos. The editing feature puts your photos in a virtual frame so you can rotate them and crop them to fit your TV. You can also delete any photos you don’t want playing on your TV.
Plug your Dreamscreens into your TV and press the Input button on your remote until you select USB. Play a slideshow of your images or play the video and sit back and enjoy your personal photo album. It’s like you’ve turned your TV into a giant digital picture frame.
Not Just for TVs!
If you have a digital picture frame, Dreamscreens My Dreams can be played on your digital frames that have 16:9 aspect ratios making it easy to get your photos from Phone2Frame without complicated Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, email, or User accounts. You can also transfer your photos to your computer for an extra backup of your precious memories.
*Please check that your TV can play images or videos from USB drives before purchasing.
Works on iOS devices with Lightning connections
Works on Android devices with OTG drive support
Works on Windows 7, 8, and 10 computers
Works on Mac computers running Mac OS 10.12 or newer