What is AirPlay?

Here, we are going to learn about the AirPlay, that is used for exchanging of audios.
Submitted by Anushree Goswami, on July 15, 2020

AirPlay

AirPlay is released by Apple in the year 2004. It allows the easy exchange of audios without the use of any wired technique between the two devices. It was previously termed as AirTunes and later got its name changed to AirPlay.

As one can easily understand through the term 'Air', it's all about the wireless streaming of data. A few examples of the same are – iTunes, iPads, iPods, etc.

People think that if it possible for a device to play a song from a different device. AirPlay makes it all possible with its technology. Through AirPlay one can easily send music from one device and it gets played on another device.

AirPlay

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Perhaps, other than this functionality, it also helps the user to run other media devices as well. If a user wants to add more volume into their device, through AirPlay, they can easily do it. It has many other advantages as well.

Although the other media such as photos, videos, and other applications can be easily shared between the devices, AirPlay is mostly used for audio and music purposes only.
One can easily run their application into another device using AirPlay. In order to do that, they need to open the video in iTunes and then click on the AirPlay button. In that, all the other devices will be showing. Click on any device you want to see your application. It may ask for a code. After entering code, your application will get started in your preferred device. Enjoy!






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