Installing extensions

Download and open to install:

  • Safari extension 2.1.0 — note: due to Safari API limitations, browser extension does not work with file: URLs; if you’re working with local files via file: URL, please use Chrome or insert the SCRIPT snippet.

  • Chrome extension on the Chrome Web Store — if you want to use it with local files, be sure to enable “Allow access to file URLs” checkbox in Tools > Extensions > LiveReload after installation.

  • Firefox extension 2.1.0 from

If you've used a different browser, like Internet Explorer or Safari, you can import your settings into Chrome. Can't install Chrome because of S mode. If you can’t install Chrome on your Windows computer, your computer might be in S mode. If you want to download and install Chrome, learn more about how to exit S mode. To give Chrome a dark interface, all you have to do is install a dark theme. Google even provides a helpful collection of editor-selected dark themes. This will give your Chrome browser a dark mode on Windows 7, Linux, Chrome OS, and other operating systems it isn’t available on.

Extensions will be updated automatically.

Using extensions

  1. Make sure LiveReload 2 is running
  2. Click the LiveReload toolbar button to enable or disable LiveReload.

LiveReload toolbar button is located in the main toolbar in Chrome and Safari, and in the Add-on Toolbar in Firefox (at the bottom).

The icon indicates LiveReload status of the current tab (unavailable / disabled / enabled, connecting / enabled, connected).

If your page already includes LiveReload via a SCRIPT tag, it is considered to be in ‘enabled’ state initially. You can still disable or reenable it using the toolbar button.

What’s new

2.1.0: Fixed a bunch of bugs.

2.0.9: Updated toolbar icons to the ones contributed by Vadim Makeev (pepelsbey). Thanks! Chrome extension published on the Chrome Web Store.

2.0.5: Enabled autoupdating. Updated bundled livereload.js (for use with old-style clients like guard-livereload and livereload 1.x).

2.0.3: Firefox-only update that fixes handling of frames

2.0.2: Newest update for mac os.

  • fixed disconnection on each full page reload (yep very lame);
  • update livereload.js so that extension, snippet and livereload.js version numbers are now reported to the LR server

2.0.1: fixed support of protocol v6 (i.e. older LR-compatible Ruby gems and older builds of LR2)

2.0.0 (alpha quality!):

  • all extensions have been rewritten from scratch
  • extensions no longer handle web socket communication — they simply insert a SCRIPT tag into the page, which loads livereload.js, the same one you’d include if you weren’t using extensions at all
  • all extensions have a toolbar button now (previously Safari was using a context menu item) and use the same icons
  • the new live reload protocol is now supported
  • the old protocol is supported too, for compatibility with livereload and guard-livereload gems
  • servers that implement the new protocol can provide their own livereload.js, thus eliminating the need to update extensions often (and avoiding client/server version mismatches); older servers are served with a bundled version of livereload.js


Mirroring360 and Mirroring360 Sender Chrome App make it Easy
Mirroring360 enables you to mirror your Chromebook or computer screen to another PC or Mac wirelessly.

Mirroring360 is designed for teachers, students, and business presenters with a focus on ease-of-use and being fast-to-share. It is a collaboration tool suite for collaboration and screen sharing for 1:1 education, BYOD classrooms and boardrooms.

It works similarly to Chromecast but the Mirroring360 advantage is that this is designed for large deployments and networks. Mirroring360 provides an easy way for teachers and students to cast their device screens to a computer across VLANs and subnets.

  1. Click here to add the Mirroring360 Sender Chrome App (free) to your Chrome browser
  2. Install the Mirroring360 (receiver) software (free trial, buy from $14.99) on the receiving computer (PC or Mac)
The Mirroring360 Sender Chrome App enables you to:
  • Mirror your Chromebook or computer to another computer, instantly and wirelessly!
  • Up to 4 Chromebook or computer screens can be shared simultaneously
  • Real-time share ANY application, files, or multi-media content from your Chromebook or computer
Install Chrome Browser On Mac
On the receiving PC or Mac that you are casting to
  1. Run the Mirroring360 Receiver app
  2. You will see the Computer Name and 9-digit code that you can use to connect below
On the Chromebook or computer you are casting from
  1. Click the Mirroring360 icon in the upper right corner of your Chrome browser
  2. Choose whether to cast your desktop or just your current browser tab.
  3. Enter the 9-digit code shown in the Mirroring360 app (example above) or select the computer by name from the list.

Note: Sound is available when casting the Current Tab. If you want to cast your full Desktop with sound, we recommend the Mirroring360 Sender for Windows.

In addition to casting your Chrome screen to your receiving PC or Mac, you can also cast screens from your iPhone, iPad, Android Phone and Android tablet. Just click the “Mirroring 360 (receiver) software link below to find instructions and app links to cast from each device.

Share your Computer Screen to Chromebooks – Pro edition exclusive
  1. Share your Windows computer screen with up to 40 participants
  2. They view your screen by going to a simple URL with the web browser on their Chromebook. No download or install required!.
  3. Participants also view via a web browser on phones, tablets, and computers.
  4. Great for in-room participants to view on their own screen and for remote participants on conference calls to quickly see your screen

Install Chrome Browser On Macbook Pro

Mirroring360 is deployed in thousands of schools, school districts and businesses, and is enjoyed by millions of teachers, students and satisfied users.

How To Install Chrome Browser On Macbook Pro

  1. Click here to add the Mirroring360 Sender Chrome App (free) to your Chrome browser
  2. Install the Mirroring360 (receiver) software (free trial, buy from $14.99) on the receiving computer (PC or Mac)
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