Back in February we showed you a new tweak for iOS device, AirFloat, that turns your iPhone or iPad into an AirPlay audio receiver. Send audio from iTunes, iPhones, iPads or Apple TVs to your iPhone/iPad, just as if it was an AirPort Express. AirFloat was updated today with better audio sync and a new design.
Jump over the break to check out the full changelog and how to use AirFloat…
Following has been added to version 1.2:
- Total restructure of code for better stability.
- New design.
- Settings panel
- Better audio synchronisation for iOS 5 and above.
- Support panel for donations
- Support for iOS 4.2 (experimental)
AirFloat is available for free in Cydia via BigBoss repo…
NOTE: this is the basic and simple how to that we used in the february post. Even though the designed has changed, it’s the same functionality…
1. On your iOS device load Cydia, search for AirFloat ( free on BigBoss repo ) and install it
2. Exit Cydia. Look for the AirFloat icon on your Springboard and open the app
3. Now open iTunes on your computer, click on the AirPlay button and choose your device. It should show as ‘AirFloat @ your-device’