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Top 3 Free PC AirPlay Receiver (Windows 10/8/7) Download

Written by Kaylee Wood | Last update: April 28, 2020

Wishing to use a PC AirPlay receiver to turn your computer into an AirPlay receptor? Thinking of streaming the videos, movie, photos on iPhone11 and theearlier iOS 13 with friends with the help of an AirPlay receiver Windows? End your search here with this list of top 3 free AirPlay receivers PC, and pick up your favorite one to AirPlay iPhone to PC hassle-free!

Where to Download 5KPlayer - Best AirPlay Receiver PC Freeware?

Turn PC into AirPlay receiver - 5KPlayer

Download this free PC AirPlay receiver in its latest version 6.0 from the 100% secure source below. You can easily set up iPhone AirPlay to Windows 10 PC, or even AirPlay from PC to Apple TV, without installing iTunes on your computer.

Guide: AirPlay iPhone to Windows with PC AirPlay Receiver

Step 1: Download, install and launch this PC AirPlay receiver on Windows in its latest version 6.0, the total installation will only cost you no more than 3 minutes.

Step 2: Now to connect your iPhone iOS 13, iPad or iPod and PC to the same Wi-Fi network.

Step 3: Under 5KPlayer main panel, click AirPlay to activate this AirPlay receiver PC. It is ready to stream when the icon turns red.

5KPlayer - Turn computer into an AirPlay Audio Receiver

Step 4: Swipe up to get the control center from the bottom of your iPhone (or iPad) screen, tap AirPlay, which takes you to a list of targets, where you can find the PC AirPlay receiver, choose to connect.

Note:You can either toggle-switch the "Mirroring" option or not, which empowers you to achieve iPhone 11 (or earlier) desktop mirroring.

AirPlay iPhone to PC AirPlay receiver

Now that you've finished the review of top 3 PC AirPlay receivers, hopefully you can base your choice on their merits. 5KPlayer is the kind of PC AirPlay receiver freeware that can work along both lines of video AirPlay and full-screen mirroring, it's also a screen recorder iOS 13 worth trying, with the stability and image capability as good as the $14.99 AirServer. LonelyScreen is indeed another freeware worth trying, but its less-regular updates may somewhat means retarded functions.

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