The desktop app has been rewritten in order to make it available for MacOS, Linux and implement the server tab in the Android app.
The previous apps won’t automatically update to this version for the moment, I’d like to know if the rewrite broke anything first.
- Linux and MacOS apps available
- Use your Android device as a microphone
- Share your Android’s audio to other devices (require Android 10+)
- Android to Desktop
- Android to Android
- Will not work for some apps, check the compatibility here
- Share audio between desktop computers
- Change your device’s name in the app
There’s a soft-limit of 1 hour for connections to a non-premium Android server. You can simply reconnect when you’re reaching the limit.
- Added an option in Exclusive Audio that allows using AudioRelay during phone calls (depends on the device)
- Added an option in Audio output that improves the audio quality when using OpenSL
- Added Italian, Slovak and Polish translations
- Thanks for the help at https://audiorelay.oneskyapp.com/
- Fixed various crashes
- Firewall rules can be added by the installer
Some features present in the previous Windows app haven’t been re-implemented yet.
- Update checking
- (For now, you’ll need to check the forum or click on the bell icon on this page)
- Automatic startup
- Window minimization
- Icon tray
- On Linux/MacOS, the refresh devices button doesn’t work properly
- On Windows 7, the player doesn’t work
- A buffer of 1 sec is displayed (instead of <100ms)
Let me know how this new version is working for you!
- Does the mic feature work OK for you?
- Was it easy/hard to use?
- If you tried to stream your Android’s audio
- Did it work?
- What apps are you streaming?
- Does it work on your Linux distro?
- Does it work on your Mac?
- Still working OK compared to the previous Windows version?
- Noticed anything that should be improved?
Note that the desktop builds will expire in October