Stream your Music to your Android with Audio Galaxy!

Audio Galaxy Android

Music lovers with gigantic audio libraries (like myself) can now stream directly to your Android device! Audio Galaxy is now available in the Android Market.

Pretty easy to use, simply sign up at audiogalaxy.com and download the application for either Windows or mac. The program will automatically search for your music (you can specify locations as well) and load them up ready to stream. Once you have that ready, simply install the Audio Galaxy app from the market, and follow the simple setup to start streaming.

This is surprisingly one of few apps out there that can do it well, and its free! No copying, no moving, no syncing, just stream it!

[via lifehacker]

  • I do this with Subsonic. It works flawlessly over wifi and 3g plkus it has Adobe air apps for my various computers

  • curse

    used to have something similar before, so I could access the music from my linux box everywhere. Too bad Audio Galaxy don’t support linux (yet?) but I’ll try through wine and see if it works :P
    if not.. well, the search goes on

  • I’ve just started using this myself – Subsonic is great, but the best thing about AudioGalaxy is that it’s an extremely easy setup, you can import your itunes playlists, and from what I’ve seen so far… hardly any buffering. :)

  • jjmatt

    Curse, respond back to let us know how it works in wine, I am curious…

  • I’m setting this up now. So far it seems nice from the computer side.

    I’m going to try out the phone application in a minute(after this nandroid backup).

    My ROM has just updated, as well. :D

  • curse

    jjmatt – close but no cigar, program works and it looks like the service installs, I even get a nice icon in the “taskbar” however, it can’t connect to itself through 127.0.0.1. It may be that wine don’t support running servers or that my wine setup is faulty.
    Will investigate more, but feel free to try for yourself.

  • jjmatt

    Curse – I am not surprised, that’s kind of where I expected it to fail. I may mess around with it some time this weekend if I get a chance. Thanks for the heads up.

  • The service still might work even if it can’t connect to 127.0.0.1. You won’t be able to play files locally, but you probably can via mobile phone or another computer.

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