In the discription of the program is clearly stated that airmusic plays all music from your iPhone. Then after buying it and appears not to work they advise you to buy Music flow. This is obvious to double their cash!
Indeed, I was wrong about Apple Music, I mixed it up with the music library on my iPhone. What I meant was, that I can not get my local music casted by Chromecast audio on my iPhone. Airmusic seems unable to find any music, it scans the library but no music shows, just stars. Refreshing and clearng cach does not help. I have iPhone 5 and use iOS 9. Music does not have the DRM problem. Can you help? I noticed other users with the same problem, but no solution given.
sylvain on 26 Dec, 2015 08:10 PM
Strange. I'll look into it. Can you confirm that the music is not just on iCloud but has been downloaded locally on the phone. If it has a little iCloud icon it means it's streaming from iCloud when you play it and thus is not accessible by AirMusic.
Dear Sylvain, I am absolutely sure the music is stored Locally, I even do not use Apple music. The music originally mainly comes from my own CD collection and is stored as mp3 and AAC files. Today I also installed the app on my iPad and had exactly the same problem.
MusicFlow doesn't work with Apple Music either on Xbox One. Local music or not, AirPlay just opens the Groove music app on Xbone, says MusicFlow but plays nothing. Not possible to AirPlay MusicFlow to Xbone Media Player app
Agree with Keith! Music flow opens groove, says it plays music flow but: only silence.
Airmusic is connected. Xbox Music player findes iPhone, but says all folder are empty. (Music is locally stored)! Dudes! Come one: 6 Euro?