Airfoil for Windows

Scott McNulty
S. McNulty|05.12.06

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Scott McNulty
May 12th, 2006
Airfoil for Windows
Airfoil for Windows
Rogue Amoeba, a leading indie Mac developer, has decided to enter the fast paced world of building Windows applications. Yes, folks, you read that correctly. Rogue Amoeba has ported Airfoil, a neat little application that allows you to stream audio other than iTunes to an Airport Express, to Windows.

I have no idea how many Windows users have Airport Expresses, but more power to Rogue Amoeba. At the moment the Windows app is in a public beta, but before long it'll cost ya $25.
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