Free Airfoil Alternatives
Stream What You Hear (SWYH) is a Windows application to broadcast the sound of your computer (ie: “what you hear”) on an UPnP/DLNA device such as TVs, amps, network receivers, game consoles, etc...
- - Stream What You Hear is the most popular Windows alternative to Airfoil.
- - Stream What You Hear is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to Airfoil.
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Listen to your PC audio, use your phone as a mic or stream audio from your phone.
- - AudioRelay is the most popular Android, Mac & Linux alternative to Airfoil.
TuneBlade - Stream audio to Airport Express, Apple TV, AirPlay compatible speakers and HiFi Receivers.
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SoundWire lets you send any music or audio ("what you hear now") from your Windows or Linux PC to your Android mobile devices. Use it as:
AirPlay lets you stream music throughout your entire house — wirelessly. AirPlay wireless technology will be fully integrated into speaker docks, AV receivers, and stereo systems from companies such as Bowers & Wilkins and Denon.
- - AirPlay is the most popular iPhone & iPad alternative to Airfoil.
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Utility for turning your Android smartphone or tablet into a wireless speaker.
- - WiFi Audio Wireless Speaker is the most popular Android Tablet alternative to Airfoil.
WiFi Audio Wireless Speaker Features
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This is a program to cast audio and video from your macOS, or Linux desktop to your Google Cast devices or Sonos speakers. It is written in Python, and it streams via node.js, ffmpeg, or avconv.
With Audio Sharing you can share your current computer audio playback in the form of an RTSP stream. This stream can then be played back by other devices, for example using VLC.
Audio Sharing Features
This is a Java application to use the speaker connected to other computer on the network. It transfers audio in uncompressed PCM format and uses 172 kilobyte per second bandwidth.
The official website is no longer available. Last version, 1.0, released in January 2014, can be still downloaded from Softpedia.
MKMirror allows you to mirror your Desktop, built-in Camera, video and audio devices to Smart TVs and mobile devices. MKMirror uses HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) protocol, an adaptive bitrate streaming communications developed by Apple Inc.