Written by Kaylee Wood | Last update: June 01, 2020
Not satisfied with the sound effect of your iOS devices and wonder if songs from the music apps like Spotify can be put onto better speaker like computers, through some technology like AirPlay? As AirPlay itself doesn't provide a solution, you can stream music from Spotify to Mac/PC with the help of a third party Spotify AirPlay server named 5KPlayer.
You need 5KPlayer, a powerful Spotify streaming software, to transform your computer into a wireless music receiver such that you can put the streaming music from iPhone iPad onto computers through Spotify AirPlay.
Spotify is one of the big names among streaming music services, with tons of new songs and music being made available for users everyday. Now we can see Spotify taking on and somewhat supplanting other leading music apps like iTunes. However, one thing that iTunes has over Spotify's streaming music service is that it empowers users the ability to stream music to the Apple TV, which means that users can enjoy the rich songs on better speakers. As music apps including Spotify are out of luck, is there a way allowing music to be sent from the Spotify app to Mac/PC becomes a frequent question. And that's where 5KPlayer comes in. This free nifty software can play Spotify over AirPlay on both Mac and PC.
Incorporating the ability of Spotify AirPlay, 5KPlayer offers the whole home Spotify streaming solution which makes any audio music from Spotify on your iPhone iPad accessible to another wireless music receiver. That is, with 5KPlayer, you can not only AirPlay Spotify as well as other music sources akin Pandora, Slacker, MOG, Napster, Vevo etc, but also AirPlay all the audio and music stored on your iOS devices to AirPlay receiver Mac or PC. Then you can enjoy the better Spotify streaming quality on your computers now.
Note: In addition to airplay music from Spotify on iOS devices iPhone, iPad to Mac and PC which means, you can enjoy Spotify music on computers while control it all around your home with your portable device, you are also allowed to AirPlay music, audio and video from Mac/PC to Apple TV. Follow the guide below to learn how to AirPlay Spotify to computers.
Step 1: Free download this Spotify AirPlay server on your Mac (for Windows users, just go to the windows version) and launch it. Note to have your iPhone iPad connected to the same WiFi network as your computer.
Step 2: Go to Control Center on the display of your iPad and find AirPlay. Click AirPlay.
Step 3: Then you can see a list of AirPlay receiver options. In the device list there will be the name of your computer. Tap it and click Done.
Step 4: Go to your AirPlay-enabled music app on your iPhone iPad, here we mean Spotify and play the music you like to stream through Spotify AirPlay. Tap the "i" button in the top left corner of the screen. You'll find the Apple AirPlay button on bottom right of the playing page. Tap it. Then 5KPlayer will automatically start to stream Spotify music and songs to Mac or PC.
To be honest, to airplay music from iPhone iPad to computers as well as Mac/PC to AirPlay-enabled devices is just a glimpse of this AirPlay server. As the best media player, 5KPlayer is equipped with solid format support, which allows you a seamless media playback of most video formats, including AVI, MKV, FLV, WMV and even 4k ultra HD videos. Integrating with the function of a free video downloader, 5KPlayer is gonna satisfy all you needs with YouTube/Facebook/Vimeo/Insagram video music downloads!
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