6 Best Android App For Bluetooth Receiver

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6 Best Android App For Bluetooth Receiver

1. Bluetooth Loudspeaker

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“Bluetooth Loudspeaker is an app to transmit your voice from Android phone to bluetooth speaker. That is, your Android device becomes a microphone and the bluetooth speaker becomes a remote loudspeaker. This also indirectly works as volume booster or megaphone for your convenience.

*New to release 6.0+ version: it is now support background mode (Android foreground service) when using microphone with this app. When using this app with microphone and connected to bluetooth speaker, user can exit this app to home screen and continue transmit your voice to remote speaker. To stop, simply go back to this app to click on the same button (blueMic / lineOut).

With new version (5.x) of Bluetooth Loudspeaker, it comes with a build-in mp3 music player and let user sing at the same time, output to the remote speaker.

Bluetooth Loudspeaker can also connect to a bluetooth audio adapter (receiver), which it can line out connect to old Hi-Fi / amplified speaker, your voice is output to the speaker. (P.S. please note that bluetooth audio adapter must connect to a amplifier, not a speaker. Otherwise, the volume would be very low)

To get the best voice output quality (with less background noise and less echo feedback), Bluetooth Loudspeaker supports wired headset as voice input (with both mic and headphone). Thus, user can put Android phone in the pocket and speak through wired headset mic, transmit voice to remote bluetooth speaker. Now, it is both hands free! (require Android 6.x or above)

What can you do with a microphone and remote loudspeaker? Who needs this mic and remote loudspeaker? Some examples are:
– sing karaoke at home or anywhere,
– boost your voice when teaching in a classroom or lecture room,
– street performance,
– speaker in a conference room,
– connect to PC mic-in with 3.5mm audio cable to work as an mic for karaoke or recording your voice (require to install software on your PC),
– garage sale, outdoor sale, pop-up store sale, or other sales promotion,
– megaphone for a tour guide at the hot spot,
– outdoor activities,
– a fan of sport team – sing loud to support your favorite sport team in the stadium,
– parties, exhibitions, celebrations and many more cases.
With this app, you have a wireless microphone in your pocket!

For instruction on using this app, user can watch this YouTube video https://youtu.be/6oxlyyFcGxU

Please read before you download this app:
1. this app does not auto connect to your bluetooth speaker. User must manually connect the phone to the bluetooth speaker through Settings->Bluetooth before using this app. Always try with music 1 or music 2 at the top, to test the voice output goes to the bluetooth speaker.
2. this app MUST CONNECT TO an external speaker to use. DO NOT use the phone internal speaker as it will produce noisy echo voice. If user still hear echo noise, please try another Android device. Some phone models may come with better noise and echo cancellation.

Remarks:
1. You need to have a bluetooth speaker which can wireless connect to your Android device. The maximum loudness is depends on your output of the speaker. To make it loud with less echo voice, also turn your phone volume to 90% maximum.
2. To reduce voice echo, make sure your mouth do not stay too close to the phone’s microphone. Also, choose the device that come with both noise suppressor and echo canceller.
3. Bluetooth Loudspeaker also support line out to amplified speaker (requires 3.5mm audio cable), or line headphone (please choose 3-pin jack headphone). This app does not support bluetooth headset.
4. When phone rings, phone bluetooth will auto turn off and disconnect with the bluetooth speaker, so that user can answer the phone call normally. When call ends, user has to manually turn bluetooth on and connect to the speaker again.
5. If your Android device supports bluetooth 5.0, or Samsung dual audio (e.g. Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S8+, S9+), it is possible to wireless connect 2 bluetooth speakers at the same time.”

2. Bluetooth Audio Device Widget

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“Best widget for easily connecting your Bluetooth audio device. If you want to listen to music, you have to go to settings, wireless, Bluetooth and connect Bluetooth audio device (speaker, handsfree, headphones, earbuds, sound box, car audio…)? It’s complicated and annoying. I have a better solution.

One click on the widget to connect your Bluetooth audio device and play Spotify without going into the settings menu. Bluetooth icon on the widget signalizes state of connection. Blue icon – connected, gray icon – change of state (connecting/disconnecting). You can see connected Bluetooth profiles on the widget and if device support it.

For supported devices is on widget displayed the battery level (needs Android 8.1 and above).
The app supports enhanced reading battery level from Apple Airpods, Apple Airpods Pro, Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro, Samsung Galaxy Buds Live, Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus. In the App, on widget or in notification you can see battery level of each earbud and the case.

You can slightly adjust the widget size in app settings or directly on screen 1×1, 1×2 etc..

The app supports A2DP and Headset profile, audio devices like portable speakers, sound bars, handsfree etc. . In the App the supported device profile is indicated by a small icon in right top corner. Note icon for A2DP – stream high quality audio (music) or phone icon for calls.

You can also save the volume levels of different Bluetooth devices. After connecting the app restores the saved volume level.

How to add widgets

Something doesn’t work?
Please check the application web, you can find HELP and the FAQ there.

The App needs some permissions for correct function. They may vary depending on the manufacturer of your phone. PLEASE, VISIT THIS SITE: https://dontkillmyapp.com (https://dontkillmyapp.com).

How to Start:
1. Pair your audio device (A2DP, Handsfree) in android settings. App uses already paired Bluetooth devices.
2. Add widget for your selected device.

Highlighted features:
✔️ Easy connect/disconnect device
✔️ Easy connect/disconnect Bluetooth profiles (calls, music)
✔️ Info about connected profiles
✔️ Battery status (needs Android 8.1, not all devices support it)
✔️ Enhanced battery status for Apple Airpods, Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro, Samsung Galaxy Buds Live, Samsung Galaxy Buds Plus
✔️ Widget customization – colors, image, transparency, size
✔️ Open App after connecting
✔️ Disable Bluetooth adapter after disconnecting Bluetooth device
✔️ Set volume level after connect Bluetooth device
✔️ Notification when Bluetooth device is connected
✔️ Quick settings tile
✔️ Auto resume of playback – Spotify and YouTube Music is supported
✔️ Double click for set active device (Android 10 only)

Not supported features:
❌ Play music from your phone to two connected Bluetooth devices – this is currently not possible on Android, sorry
❌ Bluetooth Scanner – App uses already paired Bluetooth devices!

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3. Bluetooth connect & Play

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“Have you ever wanted to get into your car and when Bluetooth connects to your phone the music just starts playing where it left off in the player of your choice?

This app is designed to tie the Bluetooth connect event to playing the music player of your choice. Unlike other auto-play options, this allows you to select the specific player that should be used. Do you want a Podcast to start instead of music, you can select that, do you want a specific music app to play when you enter your home vs car or put on headsets and head to work out… no problem.
Why would you want this? Some Bluetooth receivers do not play at all, some target the stock music player, this puts you in control of what happens when Bluetooth audio connects.

**Important Note**
This App assumes you already have the subject Bluetooth device Paired to your phone using the BT device manufacturer’s unique approach. It won’t help Pair the device, the list that shows (as in the App picture) is a list of Paired (sometimes called Bonded) devices.

This App starts a Music App by package name and broadcasts “play” to start the player. NOT all players support this.”

4. SoundWire – Audio Streaming

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“This is the SoundWire free version. SoundWire lets you stream any music or audio (“what you hear now”) from your Windows or Linux PC to your Android mobile devices. Use it as:
– A remote speaker or wireless headphones
– A way to listen to music and movies from your computer anywhere around your house, or further over cell networks
– A wireless extension of live audio from your PC-based music system

SoundWire does audio mirroring (audio cast). You can use any music player on your PC or laptop like Spotify, YouTube, or iTunes and stream the live sound over WiFi directly to your Android device.

SoundWire has low latency (audio delay), which means it can even be used to listen to the soundtrack of a movie or YouTube video while you watch (**Note you must adjust the buffer size in app settings for low latency). There are other uses too… SoundWire can work as a baby monitor or listening device with a computer such as a netbook that has a built-in microphone. Hook up turntables to your computer’s line input and stream a live DJ set to another part of the house over WiFi, or anywhere else over 3G/4G (additional network setup may be needed for 3G/4G).

Before using SoundWire on your Android device you must install and run the SoundWire Server application on the Windows/Linux PC or laptop which is your source of music, web audio streaming, or other sounds. Raspberry Pi is also supported. Download the server at https://georgielabs.net (do NOT obtain the server from any other web site).

Features
– Live audio capture and streaming
– Excellent sound quality (44.1 / 48 kHz stereo 16-bit, PCM or Opus compression)
– True low latency (unlike AirPlay, Airfoil)
– Easy to use
– Compression option greatly reduces network usage
– Stream audio from PC to PC running x86 virtualized app (Linux/Windows)
– Runs on all Android versions back to 1.5, put your old phone to good use

The free version of the app identifies itself by voice every 45 minutes and displays ads. There is a 10 minute compression trial in the free version. The full version enables unlimited Opus audio compression, can handle multiple clients, and has no ads or voice identification. It also has a special Pro Mode to set and display buffer latency precisely in milliseconds. Please consider purchasing the full version of SoundWire if you’d like to support the developer. Android TV: SoundWire will work on most Android TV devices but needs to be sideloaded. After that it will update normally through Google Play.

If you have trouble remember that most issues like dropouts and trouble connecting are related to your WiFi network. The most common reason for connection problems is incorrect firewall settings at the PC or router. For more information and troubleshooting guide see the SoundWire documentation at https://georgielabs.net/SoundWireHelp.html
Please contact support at soundwire@georgielabs.net before leaving a bad review.

SoundWire Google Play icon by Jet Markov courtesy of Jeremiah Strong.

Permissions
– Network access/Wi-Fi: Communicates with the server program on your PC.
– Prevent phone from sleeping: Keeps app running while connected (playing music) or attempting to connect. May be disabled in settings.”

5. BlueTerm

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VT-100 terminal emulator for communicating with any serial device using a bluetooth serial adapter. The RFCOMM/SPP protocol emulates serial communications over bluetooth.

You need a bluetooth serial adapter.

This is an opensource application. You can get more info and the source code from:

http://pymasde.es/blueterm/
http://openjungle.cc/

Thanks everybody for the feedback.

6. AirBubble

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“AirBubble is a lightweight AirPlay audio receiver. It will appear in AirPlay applications (such as itunes) as a device you can play music to. It works in the background, streaming music to your Android device.

This version is fully featured but will exit 30 minutes after each app start (you can start the app as many times as you want). This can be unlocked with the AirBubble License app.

Features:

– stream audio from AirPlay clients (itunes, iOS, airfoil, …)
– run in the background as a service
– configurable network name
– can be started on boot
– supports audio focus (mute or lower volume on external sounds)
– supports tethered USB or WiFi connection (may require rooted device in some case)

Limitations:

– Audio only, no video
– does not play in sync with other Airplay receivers
– does not work with RaopX on MacOS X and the raop module for pulseaudio on Linux
– does not work yet on GoogleTV

Examples of use:

– stream your itunes music to your Android device with Hyperfine Remote for iTunes
– wireless speaker or headset
– recycle older or broken Android devices as a dedicated networked speaker”