AirBubble Turns Your Mobile Device Into a Lean, Green, Android-Powered Airport Express Streaming Machine!
Now, some of us Android users have spent a little bit of time in a certain walled garden at some point. Yes, that one. Luckily, enjoying the fruits of Steve’s garden (see what I did there?) no longer has to be mutually exclusive with using everyone’s favorite little green robot. Thanks to XDA forum member bubbleguuum, we now use our Android phones as AirPlay clients.
As stated by the developer, the application can:
– stream audio from AirPlay clients (itunes, iOS, airfoil, …)
– run in the background as a service
– configurable network name
Are you interested in getting your streaming on? If so, be sure to continue on to the application thread to get your hands on a copy of the latest beta version!
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