How Do I Use Figma Mirror on iPhone?

Figma Mirror is an app that makes it easy to view Figma designs on your iPhone. With Figma Mirror, you can quickly review your design changes, check how your interface looks on different devices, and get feedback from clients. In this article, we’ll explain how to use Figma Mirror on your iPhone.

Step 1: Download the App

To get started with Figma Mirror, you first need to download the app. You can find it in the App Store by searching for “Figma Mirror”. Once you have downloaded and installed the app, open it up and log in using your Figma account.

Step 2: Connect Your Device

Once you have logged in to Figma Mirror, it’s time to connect your iPhone. To do this, open up the app and tap the “Connect” button at the top right of the screen.

This will bring up a list of available devices that you can connect with. Tap your iPhone from this list and then use the QR code shown on-screen to pair your device with Figma Mirror.

Step 3: Open Your Design

Once your device is connected, you can open any design from within Figma Mirror. To do this, tap the “+” icon at the top right of the screen and select “Open a File”.

This will bring up a list of all of your designs stored in Figma. Tap one of these designs to open it in Figma Mirror.

Step 4: View Your Design

Now that you have opened a design in Figma Mirror, it’s time to take a look at how it looks on an iPhone. At the bottom of the screen there are several options for viewing different types of designs such as wireframes or prototypes. Select the relevant option for your design and then press “Preview” at the top right of the screen to view how it looks on an iPhone.

Conclusion: Using Figma Mirror is an easy way to quickly review changes to designs or check how they look on different mobile devices like iPhones. To use it, simply download and install the app from the App Store before connecting your device via QR code and opening up one of your designs from within Figma Mirror itself. Finally, select a view option at the bottom of the screen before pressing “Preview” at top right for a live preview on an iPhone device.