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    SoundWire lets you stream any music or audio ("what you hear now") from your Windows or Linux PC to your Android mobile devices. Use it as:
    - A remote speaker or wireless headphones
    - A way to listen to music and movies from your computer anywhere around your house, or further over cell networks
    - A wireless extension of live audio from your PC-based music system

    SoundWire does audio mirroring (audio cast). You can use any music player on your PC or laptop like Spotify, YouTube, or iTunes and stream the live sound over WiFi directly to your Android device.

    This is the full version of SoundWire. It enables unlimited Opus audio compression, can handle up to 10 connections at the same time, and has no ads or interruptions. It also has a special Pro Mode to set and display buffer latency precisely in milliseconds.

    SoundWire has low latency (audio delay), which means it can even be used to listen to the soundtrack of a movie or YouTube video while you watch (**Note you must adjust the buffer size in app settings for low latency). There are other uses too... SoundWire can work as a baby monitor or listening device with a computer such as a netbook that has a built-in microphone. Hook up turntables to your computer's line input and stream a live DJ set to another part of the house over WiFi, or anywhere else over 3G/4G (additional network setup may be needed for 3G/4G).

    Features
    - Live audio capture and streaming to multiple clients
    - Excellent sound quality (44.1 / 48 kHz stereo 16-bit, PCM or Opus compression)
    - True low latency (unlike AirPlay, Airfoil)
    - Easy to use
    - Compression option greatly reduces network usage
    - Stream audio from PC to PC running x86 virtualized app (Linux/Windows)
    - Save everything you hear to a file (MP3 or WAV)

    Before using SoundWire on your Android device you must install and run the SoundWire Server application on the Windows/Linux PC or laptop which is your source of music, web audio streaming, or other sounds. Raspberry Pi is also supported. Download the server at http://georgielabs.net

    For more information see the getting started guide at http://georgielabs.net/SoundWireHelp.html

    Android TV: SoundWire will work on most Android TV devices, but does not yet meet all of Google's criteria for TV Play Store listing so needs to be sideloaded. After that it will update normally through Google Play.

    If you have any problems please see the troubleshooting tips at the above link. For example if you get choppy audio try restarting your wireless router, then try the other troubleshooting suggestions in the guide. If you get a message saying the app is not licensed and this message is incorrect then please check your internet connection and try again.

    You may want to use a remote control app together with SoundWire. Some good choices include: Timote (Spotify remote), Remote for iTunes, Android VNC, Unified Remote.

    Please rate the app and comment on Google Play to let us know what you think of SoundWire. If you have a question or bug report send email to soundwire@georgielabs.net. If reporting a problem please give your phone's Android version and make/model.

    Permissions
    - Network communication: Communicates with the server program on your PC.
    - Phone calls: Mutes audio when you receive or make a call. Without this permission music would continue to play, interfering with your call.
    - Prevent phone from sleeping: Keeps app running while connected (playing music) or attempting to connect. May be disabled in settings.
    - Record audio/Microphone: This is needed to make the equalizer work properly with native audio.

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    Users review

    from 571 reviews

    "Great"

    8.8

    Users comments

    Ashraf Ismail

    by Ashraf Ismail

    Jul 12, 2017  |  "Great"

    I do not know how to use it as a mic, or is it only for sound stream to mobile

    Eric Ongerth

    by Eric Ongerth

    Jul 03, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    For playing audio from my PC over WiFi to my Android phone (usually then through powered speakers in my kitchen) this is what I needed. I spent a long time looking for Android music player apps that could connect via Wi-Fi LAN to my PC and simply play random tracks out of my entire music selection or from a few chosen artists or albums. The few that are out there aren't very good and have a lot of deal-breakers. Finally it turns out it's so much easier to let the PC host not only the library but the player and playlist, and just run soundwire to stream the results to my phone. Solved! It does mean I have to go back to the PC to set up or change what's playing, but I had to go and turn it on anyway to get the music library on the network and I usually only think up one playlist per WiFi music session so that's fine. The Pro version of this is worth your $4 for cleanly solving this longstanding missing link.

    Dem Moussouros

    by Dem Moussouros

    Jul 01, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    The best of it's kind! Tried out a lot of other apps but this one is the cake! The latency is low and the quality great! Good Work!

    Rama Alvim

    by Rama Alvim

    Jun 27, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Works in one phone, but says inst registered in another.

    Richard Weber

    by Richard Weber

    Jun 16, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Works really well streaming my music from my PC to my Android box.

    steven clark

    by steven clark

    May 20, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    I use this app and the server program on my Windows 10 PC to create my own Old Time Radio station to listen to at night. Its as simple as adding OTR shows to Windows Media Player play list, starting the server program. Then just open the app on phone and tap on connect. It works great with TalkBack.