How to Use iTunes AirPlay to Stream Video Music from iOS to Computer
iTunes AirPlay is easy and convenient when it comes to AirPlay from iTunes any movies, videos, music and songs to Apple TV and other AirPlay devices. However, what if you want to put iTunes streaming movies, videos and music onto the more commonly-used and second-largest device in your room, namely Mac or PC? I'm afraid that most Macs and all the PCs are out of luck. To fix this situation, 5KPlayer, a free AirPlay server, provides a simple way to iTunes AirPlay iPhone iPad to both Mac and PC.
The advent of AirPlay has changed the way users enjoy movies, videos and music stored in iTunes libraries as they are allowed to use iTunes AirPlay to stream the media contents from iOS iPhone iPad to Apple TV and other AirPlay-enabled devices over WiFi. This is pretty convenient especially when you want to transfer the stuff to a larger screen for sharing. Unfortunately, the receiver of iTunes streaming content is really limited by Apple. What if you want to AirPlay iTunes to the second-largest and also perfect screen in the house: computers? Well no ready-to-use solution is provided by Apple currently. However, the arrival of 5KPlayer adds the ability to AirPlay iTunes to both Mac and PC!
As a free and professional AirPlay server, 5KPlayer equips your computer the feature to receive iTunes streaming contents by turning it into an AirPlay receiver. With 5KPlayer installed on your PC or Mac, you are allowed to put iTunes streaming movies, videos, music and songs on your computer to enjoy the bigger screen and better speaker. Based on iTunes AirPlay, this AirPlay server is a pretty neat, and pretty powerful tool for users who want to airplay from iTunes. Follow the steps below to learn how to iTunes airplay iPhone iPad to Mac and PC.