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WiFi2HiFi 2.0 - Steam Mac Audio to iOS with Audiobus

Clever & Son released an especially clever app that will stream any audio source on your Mac to your iDevice. Things get even more interesting when you can now take that stream and plug it into your Audiobus Input slot! This is unfortunately Mac only.

WiFi2HiFi 2.0 iTunes Description:

For Mac only, Windows not supported.

Using the WiFi2HiFi application any iOS device in reach can tune in to the music you're listening to on your Mac. Cumbrous audio cables are replaced with smart streaming technology and specifically designed software for your Mac.

Plug your iPhone or iPad into a docking station, connect it to your audio system, or just use its speakers and have your Mac's entire music collection, audio streams, Spotify, Rdio or and any web radio ready to play.

Buy WiFi2HiFi 2.0 on iTunes: $0.99

Reader Comments 7

BEWARE: it's Old Mac only, won't work with anything newer than OSX 10.6. :-(

September 18, 2013  | person_outline Hx

There's also likely to be issues with.... .... .... .... .... Latency!

Unless of course I'm wrong and there's something really special happening here... anyone used this yet?

September 18, 2013  | person_outline Baddcr

I'm not quite sure what the purpose of this is … it's not like you can't have a music library on your iPhone.

September 18, 2013  | person_outline Marlene DeGrood

Live streaming of a synth playing in a desktop DAW?

If the latency isn't a problem anyway...

September 18, 2013  | person_outline Baddcr

Use iOS audiobus effects on desktop DAW? Unno.

Latency would kill it, I'd think.

September 18, 2013  | person_outline wh0rules

You can have a MUCH bigger music library on your mac though.

September 18, 2013  | person_outline Bianca

I've been using AirPlayIt and it works fine - basically the same thing (no AB though) but I think the iOS app and the Mac software were both free.

They also have an Android app and Windows software too. And you can stream video with it as well.


September 19, 2013  | person_outline Simon

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