With iOS9, can you play music to multiple AirPlay sources at the same time?

LiveM

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Oct 30, 2015
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I don't think this is right. You can have Airport Expresses all around the place and they will even compensate for lag to play the music in sync.
[doublepost=1459045704][/doublepost]Here's an app if you don't have a computer to run iTunes:

Multiroom Music/Radio Player by WHAALE for AirPlay(TM) speakers by Logit Ltd.
https://appsto.re/nz/w6gKN.i
 

spaceballl

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I don't think this is right. You can have Airport Expresses all around the place and they will even compensate for lag to play the music in sync.
[doublepost=1459045704][/doublepost]Here's an app if you don't have a computer to run iTunes:

Multiroom Music/Radio Player by WHAALE for AirPlay(TM) speakers by Logit Ltd.
https://appsto.re/nz/w6gKN.i
Thanks for that link. Interesting product for sure! The fact that it doesn't work with Pandora or Apple Music kinda makes it a no-go for my mom, though...
 

QuarterSwede

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I don't think this is right. You can have Airport Expresses all around the place and they will even compensate for lag to play the music in sync.
[doublepost=1459045704][/doublepost]Here's an app if you don't have a computer to run iTunes:

Multiroom Music/Radio Player by WHAALE for AirPlay(TM) speakers by Logit Ltd.
https://appsto.re/nz/w6gKN.i
The Mac can definitely but iOS cannot natively. In my opinion multi-room AirPlay streaming from the Mac is not a great solution. It ends up cutting out quite a bit.

Just checked the link. Interesting. Though if it doesn't work with Apple Music that's a huge negative.
 
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