It's as simple to connect to wireless speakers as bluetooth is. Advantage is the audio compression isn't as much (if at all?) using DLNA/Airplay as it is with Bluetooth. It's great not to be forced to use a vendors media application to listen to or watch my media. I'm not tied to an ecosystem other than android of course but I'm using Foobar to browse and play my music. This app just replaces the wire between phone and speakers. This app has good configuration options too and has become essential to have on my phone now. However it won't get 5 stars from me. I have paid and therefore I want to be able to opt out of data sharing. This isn't an option so I'm blocking the app using AFwall. Airaudio frequently attempts to upload data to a foreign website. This should only happen on the free version but it doesn't.
Been using this for a while on several devices for multi-room audio. Android 8 (Oreo) broke it, but checked for an update and AirAudio already had a fix. Great job, guys!
Love the idea. When the app has the ability to calibrate delay and adjust accordingly via the phone mic, I'd be happy to drop $5, hell even $30 or more on the premium license.
Brilliant app of your device is rooted.... Simply and effectively allows you to throw your music to any properly considered WiFi speaker using airplay, DLNA, or cast. Personally...I love it
App works like a charm and the support is wonderful! Well worth the money...Trust me!
Hmmmm doesn't seem to work with Player pro and my LG TV although YouTube casting works fine.
- Support for Android 8/Oreo
- Notification in case Magisk is used