Wireless syncing and sharing of data is in vogue these days and it has made life easier than ever before from the technological perspective. How about tuning in to your favorite music after a hard day’s work from your smartphone to speakers without using any fussy wires or dock? With wireless streaming of multimedia, you can now have music at your fingertips.

Those who use Apple’s iOS devices can avail the AirPlay Mirroring feature. That does not imply that Android users are left behind in this regard. There is a multitude of alternatives for AirPlay which Android users can avail to enjoy seamless syncing of music from smartphones/tablets to the speakers.
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The Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) serves as the closest alternative to Apple’s Airplay. Samsung has added this feature to their AllShare app which sometimes results into perplexity among the users. For users’ knowledge, they are both the same. Similar to the AirPlay, all the devices within a common DLNA network can identify and detect each other. Many people are not yet familiar with DLNA and its usage, which makes it not very popular among the different wireless music sharing apps. Also, most users do not have a stereo or speaker set compatible with it. If you belong to this category, you may try other alternatives.

Wi-Fi Radios

You can buy yourself a Squeezebox, a Wi-Fi music playing device that comes at a nominal price of $150. The sound quality has been tested to be quite good considering its price. You can get apps like Spotify, Pandora and Last.fm from your Android device to play in sync with this Wi-Fi radio.


Sonos is one of the high end music systems whose Play: 3 base model comes at $300. Critics have lauded this device unanimously. According to some industrial experts, users are likely to gaga over its premium audio quality and end up spending much more. This devices work in sync with almost all kinds of music services across the globe. You also can dig into your personal music collection. It’s got a dedicated app for Android which makes music sharing much easier. Users have the provision to send different tunes to separate speakers around their house. Volume too can be adjusted separately.

Nexus Q

This is another Wi-Fi solution to sending music over to speakers for Android users. It’s got an integrated amplifier which can provide power supply to speakers. Priced at $300, this is not as good as the Sonos, but with its music visualizing capabilities, the Nexus Q cannot be looked down upon as an incompetent device.

Music Apps
There are numerous music apps available that can sync your laptop and mobile device to the Xbox 360, Apple TV or Play Station 3. You can search around the Google Play for many such apps that come in at reasonable price and provide for a good solution. More such options are available and most of the apps are compatible with Android OS. Syncing of music has never been so easy!

Wireless syncing of music is of great benefit for both casual listeners and music buffs. With the passage of time, the different solutions mentioned in this article will get cheaper. The features and apps that you need to get today may come integrated into your smartphone or TV to make things simpler. There is a range of apps available on Google Play catering to all kinds of users. Besides, you may also shell out some extra dollars if you are an avid music lover.

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