Share your computer audio Source
With Audio Sharing you can share your current computer audio playback in the form of an RTSP stream. This stream can then be played back by other devices, for example using VLC.
By sharing the audio as a network stream, you can also use common devices that are not intended to be used as audio sinks (eg. smartphones) to receive it. For example, there are audio accessories that are not compatible with desktop computers (e.g. because the computer does not have a Bluetooth module installed). With the help of this app, the computer audio can be played back on a smartphone, which is then connected to the Bluetooth accessory.
RatingMobile Fit: 5
Perfect - this app fits your phone screen just fine out of the box and works nicely with touch input!
Project status: mature
This project has been in development for a long time and is usually well beyond its 1.0 release. It should work fine.
✔ Every feature of this app can be accessed via touch screen, no mouse or keyboard needed.
✔ This app is (according to its appstream metadata or description) intended to be compatible with mobile devices.
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Build and install your own flatpak: https://gitlab.gnome.org/World/AudioSharing/-/raw/main/build-aux/de.haeckerfelix.AudioSharing.Devel.json
If you're lucky*, you can install this app by just hitting this button:Install
* You need to have an
appstream:// handler, e.g., GNOME Software or KDE Discover, installed and the app needs to be available in a configured software repository, more details.
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Programming languages: Rust
Build system: meson