How to AirPlay OS X from iPhone/iPad/iPod with Ease
Ever had a song or video kept on an iPhone, iPod, or iPad, and wished you could play it on through the speakers and display of an OS X based computer (Mac)? Instead of copying the file over to the computer (which may not be allowed because of DRM anyway), you can turn to the free OS X AirPlay receiver to receive the file directly from the iOS device to an OS X computer. Setting up the Mac as AirPlay OS X receiveris all you need to do.
OS X, the operation system of Mac, gains great reputation for its simplicity and functionality. OS X keeps developing to elevate the experience of using a Mac, one case in point is that Apple puts ongoing efforts to upgrade AirPlay capabilities of the system. The number of Mac apps that came out promising to bring AirPlay on the desktop is quite overwhelming. An AirPlay OS X software is a program to wirelessly send media to Apple TV or AirPlay supported amplifiers and receive media from iPhone/iPad/iPod/Mac. A perfect AirPlay OS X program enables iOS to hook up to an OS X with little effort.
5KPlayer Brings Everything for AirPlay OS X
5KPlayer, compatible with OS X 10.7 or later, can receive an iOS or OS X system video and audio directly over AirPlay without any third party apps or tweaks as well as send video and audio to Apple TV and AirPlay supported devices. Receiving the streaming media is almost in sync with sending. Updates are constantly issued for better user experience. With this free OS X AirPlay receiver, you can play Spotify, fire up Podcasts or Instacast on your iPhone/iPad/iPod, turn your OS X device as an AirPlay receiver to start a streaming session and you can listen to your favorite piece on better speakers, or to watch iMovie videos from the iPad on you OS X's giant 27-inch screen.