Written by Kaylee Wood | Last update: April 28, 2020
Apple Watch AirPlay is taking a bigger share in watchOS 2.1 released in September of 2015 and now Apple Watch Series 4 is avaliable too. Alongside the AirPlay Apple Watch function embedded in the Music App on Apple Wacth, a slew of other upgrades, such as an overhaul in Siri dictation, bunches of new Apple Watch APPs are all making the Apple Watch a more nifty wearable tool. With the Nylon version released making Apple Watch more affordable to us, today we walk you through of AirPlay Apple Watch to make better use of the Apple Watch (Series 4).
With 5KPlayer installed on your Mac or Windows, you can use Apple Watch (4) AirPlay (paired with iPhone) to stream music from the iPhone Music App, so that you can listen to music without waking up the iPhone screen.
Step 2: Pick your favorite music to AirPlay from Apple Watch to Mac
* Tap the music on your Apple Watch to stream to Mac.
* Having the music playing on Mac, you can exercise at full blast along with its energetic beats.
* While jogging on the treadmill, your Apple Watch is a remote controller to put the music in shuffle play or cycle play. You don't need to stop running to pick another song, for 5KPlayer's built-in AirPlay function supports remote control of the Mac from the Apple Watch.
* Well versed in supporting AirPlay on Apple Watch, 5KPlayer can also serve as an AirPlay sender, which means you can directly stream the movies from Mac to Apple TV or other surround stereo. Such an integrated AirPlay sender and receiver promotes your Apple Watch (Series 4) using experience, for it sets up the bridge of Apple Watch to Mac AirPlay, which is otherwise impossible. To better understand how Apple Watch AirPlay actually works, please refer to a deep analysis on how does AirPlay work.
* We'll keep you posted regarding any function or operation changes of Apple Watch (4) AirPlay.
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