AirBubble License

AirBubble License


This is the AirBubble license that will unlock the 30 minutes limitation of AirBubble.

Make sure you have installed and tried AirBubble first.

IMPORTANT: Once this license app is installed, you must launch the AirBubble App, *not this license app*.

You can launch this license app to have the option to hide its launcher icon (to avoid having 2 similar icons in your launcher).

When you launch AirBubble you know that the license is effective if you do not get the "30 minute limitation" popup on start.

AirBubble is a lightweight AirPlay audio receiver. It will appear in AirPlay applications (such as itunes) as a device you can play music to. It works in the background, streaming music to your Android device.

AirBubble Features:

- stream audio from AirPlay clients (itunes, iOS, airfoil, ...)
- run in the background as a service
- configurable network name
- can be started on boot
- supports audio focus (mute or lower volume on external sounds)
- supports tethered USB or WiFi connection (may require rooted device in some case)

Limitations:

- Audio only, no video
- does not play in sync with other Airplay receivers
- does not work with RaopX on MacOS X and the raop module for pulseaudio on Linux
- does not work yet on GoogleTV

Examples of use:

- stream your itunes music to your Android device with Hyperfine Remote for iTunes
- wireless speaker or headset
- recycle older or broken Android devices as a dedicated networked speaker

Recent changes:
added the ability to hide the license icon in the app launcher (launch the license app, and use the hide launcher icon button).
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4.2
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File size
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About AirBubble License
This is the AirBubble license that will unlock the 30 minutes limitation of AirBubble.

Make sure you have installed and tried AirBubble first.

IMPORTANT: Once this license app is installed, you must launch the AirBubble App, *not this license app*.

You can launch this license app to have the option to hide its launcher icon (to avoid having 2 similar icons in your launcher).

When you launch AirBubble you know that the license is effective if you do not get the "30 minute limitation" popup on start.

AirBubble is a lightweight AirPlay audio receiver. It will appear in AirPlay applications (such as itunes) as a device you can play music to. It works in the background, streaming music to your Android device.

AirBubble Features:

- stream audio from AirPlay clients (itunes, iOS, airfoil, ...)
- run in the background as a service
- configurable network name
- can be started on boot
- supports audio focus (mute or lower volume on external sounds)
- supports tethered USB or WiFi connection (may require rooted device in some case)

Limitations:

- Audio only, no video
- does not play in sync with other Airplay receivers
- does not work with RaopX on MacOS X and the raop module for pulseaudio on Linux
- does not work yet on GoogleTV

Examples of use:

- stream your itunes music to your Android device with Hyperfine Remote for iTunes
- wireless speaker or headset
- recycle older or broken Android devices as a dedicated networked speaker

Recent changes:
added the ability to hide the license icon in the app launcher (launch the license app, and use the hide launcher icon button).

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A Google User
Nov 23, 2014
Great add on to iTunes Now I can listen to my iHomeserver from my tablet and smartphone.
A Google User
Nov 10, 2014
Hangs after a while Makes it useless as a internet speaker if it hangs after a while... not stable
A Google User
Jul 16, 2014
Sl License not found under 4.4.4 ( art mode). Please fix it.
A Google User
Jun 26, 2014
Disappointing This app is one of the few that I've actually paid for, and it is so close yet so far from being amazingly useful. But, as others have said, reliability issues make it pretty much not worth ever actually using. Refuses to start up half the time, and crashes with extreme and infuriating regularity. For now I'm sticking to wires.
A Google User
Dec 22, 2013
Amazing The only app I've ever bought