Local audio streaming over WiFi is the process of broadcasting an audio source to a smartphone app via a wireless connection. The local audio could come from many sources–a muted TV playing a football game at a sports bar, a pastor giving the weekly sermon at a church, a tour guide leading a group through a museum, a muted TV airing the morning news at a gym, an interpreter translating a presentation in a lecture hall, a clandestine DJ spinning at a silent disco, the possibilities are truly endless!
What is AudioFetch?
AudioFetch allows you to stream local audio over WiFi to smartphones or tablets via an app. It’s ideal for fitness centers, gyms, casinos or other places that have multiple TV displays showing different channels. Rather than selecting one TV channel to play sound, or having all TVs muted with captions, AudioFetch allows guests to choose the TV they want to watch, and hear a live stream of the audio.
AudioFetch also works great as a hearing assistive device and for streaming live language translation. Houses of worship, educational facilities, tour groups, stadiums and arenas, anywhere that people need to hear better without distractions or distracting others.