Screen Sharing with Screen Leap

Screenleap is a rather interesting website that lets you share your computer screen with anyone you want to for free. You go to the ScreenLeap website, click on the sharing button and the site will generate a URL. Share that URL with a friend and they’ll be able to see everything you do in a defined rectangular area. You can resize the rectangle to show all or just part of your screen.

This would be great for demonstrating to a friend or colleague how to carry out something on their computer, or showing them how something looks on your screen. Your shared screen can be viewed from any PC, tablet, or smartphone with a web browser. There’s no software to download or install.


You can test out ScreenLeap at

I’m indebted to Terry Freedman for making me aware of this website, helping him do a test run to see how it worked. You can see Terry’s blog post about ScreenLeap here and while you’re there check out the rest of his website too, there’s a wealth of good stuff there!

Let me know what you think of ScreenLeap in the comments.

Author: Danny Nicholson

Danny is an author, Science teacher, ICT Consultant, PGCE lecturer and computing / interactive whiteboard trainer. He has delivered training courses across the UK, in Europe, and in Canada. Please get in touch with your training requests.

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