Posted By Paul Kafasis on November 23rd, 2010
Here at Rogue Amoeba, we’ve got major new versions planned for three of our existing applications over the coming months. Airfoil will be the first of those updates to see the light of day. We’re not quite there yet, but we are ready to start beta-testing.
Airfoil 4 offers many substantial new features, along with interfaces for Airfoil, Airfoil Speakers, and Airfoil Video Player that are both prettier and easier to use. We’re not going to detail all the new features just yet, but Airfoil 4 will be useful if…
…you’ve wanted to watch web video from sites like Hulu or Netflix on your Mac, while hearing their audio remotely.
…you’re using Airfoil to create an office-wide radio station.
…you use Airfoil Speakers on any of your Macs.
If you’re an Airfoil 3 user, you’re definitely going to want to move up to Airfoil 4. With the beta, you can check it out ahead of the official release!
Try It Out
If you’re already a registered user and you’re on Mac OS X 10.6, you can help us test. Airfoil 4 has been tested internally and it’s definitely ready for daily use. We want to get a wider pool of testers, so get in touch.
Update (December 13th, 2010): The beta is all full again, but Airfoil 4 should be out soon!
One last note: If you’re thinking of buying Airfoil, go right ahead! The license key you receive now will work with the forthcoming version 4 as well, free of charge!