We Recommend: Stream Music From AirPlay Clients to Any Android Device

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  • 27 Aug 2012
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  • Apple’s AirPlay service lets you wirelessly stream music throughout iDevices such as iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV, iTunes or select stereo systems. The advantages of using this feature is that you will not have to store your music onto your device, gaining precious space, and your tunes are available anytime. Given the fact that this service is restricted to iOS devices, Android users might feel a bit disappointed.


    Using Android HIFI you can stream music from AirPlay clients to any Android device. The app requires that both of your devices be connected to the same WiFi network. The device name is by default set to ‘Android-HIFI’ but a recent update added the option to rename it. The interface is very easy to use and it practically needs no explanation. Some of the basic features included are:

    • stream audio from AirPlay clients (itunes, iOS, Airfoil, …)
    • be able to adjust the delay, so that it is possible to play in sync with other AirPlay receivers, or sync with the video when watching movie
    • auto mute when there is an incoming call
    • auto turn down the volume if your headset unplugged, or your Bluetooth device disconnected, to avoid noisy surprise
    • run in the background as a service
    • rename

    You can download Android HIFI for Free from the Play Store.

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