AirAudio - stream your music!

AirAudio - stream your music!


Stream all audio from any app to every receiver - with just 1 click!

Enjoy Spotify, Google Play Music, Rdio, Deezer, TuneIn, Poweramp and any other audio on your Airport Express, Freebox, AV-receiver, Apple TV, Raspberry Pi, Chromecast, Nexus Player, ROCKI, Smart TV, Roku Streaming Player, SONOS, Gramofon and many more devices.

AirAudio supports all the latest streaming technologies and offers seamless compatibility with Apple AirPlay, DLNA, SONOS, Google Cast, Qualcomm® AllPlay™ & Roku.


ROOT required
Android doesn't allow it by nature to get the audio-data of other applications. Therefor a a 'rooted' Android is required!
Please have a look on http://www.androidcentral.com/root for details about how to root your device, or contact us in case of questions or if you need further help!

Demo mode
As the development of AirAudio is very complicated & time consuming, it is initially in demo-mode!
After 5 minutes in 'system-mode' some beep-sounds are added, which can be removed by purchasing a pro-license.
The license is valid for all your devices and all versions of AirAudio and the fee is currently 4.99€/USD ~5.49.

Enjoy your music everywhere!
AirAudio streams all audio from any app on your Android to all receivers in your home:

• Apple AirPlay: Airport Express, Apple TV, ROCKI, Freebox & all AirPlay-enabled receivers like Bang & Olufsen or Bowers & Wilkins
• DLNA: Smart TVs or AV-receivers like Samsung, Sony, LG, Pioneer, Yamaha, Denon, Bose or Onkyo, XBOX 360 etc.
• SONOS Wireless HiFi: Enjoy all music on your SONOS
• Roku Streaming Player: Stream any audio to your Roku
• Google Cast: Chromecast, Nexus Player & other Google Cast-enabled receivers
• Qualcomm® AllPlay™: AllPlay™-enabled receivers like Panasonic, Lenco or Gramofon
• Software receivers: Kodi, Shairport, Airfoil Speakers, GMediaRender, AirBubble & more

Amazing entertainment
AirAudio is a very powerful audio streamer for Android!
Its outstanding features guarantee easy & seamless streaming of all your music:

• AirAudio runs in the background and lets you stream with just 1 click
• AirAudio works exactly like original Apple AirPlay and therefor requires 30-60% less WiFi-traffic compared to other AirPlay-apps without affecting the audio-quality
• AirAudio recognizes if you are listening to your music & a receiver is available
• AirAudio sends informations & artwork to your AirPlay- or Google Cast-receiver
• AirAudio supports Tasker - automate your music
• AirAudio's widgets - create shortcuts for your favorite receivers

Personal assistance in case of problems
If you have any problems with AirAudio, please contact us via e-mail at [email protected] and we will try to help you.

Tips & Tricks
• Issues on ASUS N66U? This might help: http://forums.smallnetbuilder.com/showthread.php?t=19476
• HTC ONE M7/M8/M9: Please S-OFF your phone to prevent AirAudio always asking to reboot your device

Recent changes:
Version 5.4.1:

- Support for HTC ONE M9

Version 5.4:

- highly increased connection-stability for SONOS
- detect/follow volume-changes on receiver (DLNA, AllPlay & SONOS)
- support for CoCy & MPD as DLNA-renderer
- reduced CPU- & RAM-usage in standby a little
- increased MP3-bitrate to 320kbps

and many more small tweaks!

Contact us at [email protected] in case of problems and help us to get the best app for streaming to AirPlay, AllPlay, DLNA, Google Cast, Roku & SONOS :-)
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About AirAudio - stream your music!
Stream all audio from any app to every receiver - with just 1 click!

Enjoy Spotify, Google Play Music, Rdio, Deezer, TuneIn, Poweramp and any other audio on your Airport Express, Freebox, AV-receiver, Apple TV, Raspberry Pi, Chromecast, Nexus Player, ROCKI, Smart TV, Roku Streaming Player, SONOS, Gramofon and many more devices.

AirAudio supports all the latest streaming technologies and offers seamless compatibility with Apple AirPlay, DLNA, SONOS, Google Cast, Qualcomm® AllPlay™ & Roku.


ROOT required
Android doesn't allow it by nature to get the audio-data of other applications. Therefor a a 'rooted' Android is required!
Please have a look on http://www.androidcentral.com/root for details about how to root your device, or contact us in case of questions or if you need further help!

Demo mode
As the development of AirAudio is very complicated & time consuming, it is initially in demo-mode!
After 5 minutes in 'system-mode' some beep-sounds are added, which can be removed by purchasing a pro-license.
The license is valid for all your devices and all versions of AirAudio and the fee is currently 4.99€/USD ~5.49.

Enjoy your music everywhere!
AirAudio streams all audio from any app on your Android to all receivers in your home:

Apple AirPlay: Airport Express, Apple TV, ROCKI, Freebox & all AirPlay-enabled receivers like Bang & Olufsen or Bowers & Wilkins
DLNA: Smart TVs or AV-receivers like Samsung, Sony, LG, Pioneer, Yamaha, Denon, Bose or Onkyo, XBOX 360 etc.
SONOS Wireless HiFi: Enjoy all music on your SONOS
Roku Streaming Player: Stream any audio to your Roku
Google Cast: Chromecast, Nexus Player & other Google Cast-enabled receivers
Qualcomm® AllPlay™: AllPlay™-enabled receivers like Panasonic, Lenco or Gramofon
Software receivers: Kodi, Shairport, Airfoil Speakers, GMediaRender, AirBubble & more

Amazing entertainment
AirAudio is a very powerful audio streamer for Android!
Its outstanding features guarantee easy & seamless streaming of all your music:

• AirAudio runs in the background and lets you stream with just 1 click
• AirAudio works exactly like original Apple AirPlay and therefor requires 30-60% less WiFi-traffic compared to other AirPlay-apps without affecting the audio-quality
• AirAudio recognizes if you are listening to your music & a receiver is available
• AirAudio sends informations & artwork to your AirPlay- or Google Cast-receiver
• AirAudio supports Tasker - automate your music
• AirAudio's widgets - create shortcuts for your favorite receivers

Personal assistance in case of problems
If you have any problems with AirAudio, please contact us via e-mail at [email protected] and we will try to help you.

Tips & Tricks
• Issues on ASUS N66U? This might help: http://forums.smallnetbuilder.com/showthread.php?t=19476
• HTC ONE M7/M8/M9: Please S-OFF your phone to prevent AirAudio always asking to reboot your device

Recent changes:
Version 5.4.1:

- Support for HTC ONE M9

Version 5.4:

- highly increased connection-stability for SONOS
- detect/follow volume-changes on receiver (DLNA, AllPlay & SONOS)
- support for CoCy & MPD as DLNA-renderer
- reduced CPU- & RAM-usage in standby a little
- increased MP3-bitrate to 320kbps

and many more small tweaks!

Contact us at [email protected] in case of problems and help us to get the best app for streaming to AirPlay, AllPlay, DLNA, Google Cast, Roku & SONOS :-)

Android Market Comments
A Google User
4 days ago
Wont connect Have receiver set to airplay. Shows up in app get error message wont connect. Yamaha rx-a1020 receiver.
A Google User
5 days ago
I wanted to have an App to Airplay my android to my newly acquired Bose Sound system. The app is easy to use however there are 2 seconds delay between my Nexus and the Bose. Quite annoying.
A Google User
6 days ago
Doesn't work for chromecast, it's bullshit
A Google User
Aug 27, 2015
Fantastic development support I cannot recommend this app more highly, especially the development and support forum and team behind it. I requested a while ago to have variable latency for multiple airplay receivers included and it took less than a few weeks for the feature to be included in the app. Thanks for this - it works beautifully.
A Google User
Aug 27, 2015
TV burn-in Works well, however when streaming to chromecast there's a big potential for screen burn-in, as the artwork and title are stationary. This could be easily fixed by having them switch sides of the screen every so often. Would definitely save a lot of TV's.