SoundWire APK

Version 3.0 - com.georgie.SoundWire

Turn your Android device into wireless headphones / wireless speaker

APP Information

Download Version 3.0 (38)
Apk Size4.06 MB
App DeveloperSleepcamel
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android4.0.x and up
App Packagecom.georgie.SoundWire.apk

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App Description

SoundWire is georgie,soundwire,music,audio, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 3.42 by 19 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Sleepcamel website who developed it. com.georgie.SoundWire.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 4.0.x and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 3.0 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 38064+ times on store. You can also download com.georgie.SoundWire APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

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.
This is the full version of SoundWire. It enables unlimited Opus audio compression, can handle up to 10 connections at the same time, and has no ads or interruptions. It also has a special Pro Mode to set and display buffer latency precisely in milliseconds.
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).
 - Live audio capture and streaming to multiple clients
 - 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)
 - Save everything you hear to a file (MP3 or WAV)
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
For more information see the getting started guide at
Android TV: SoundWire will work on most Android TV devices, but does not meet all of Google's criteria for TV Play Store listing so needs to be sideloaded. After that it will update normally through Google Play. 
If you have any problems please see the troubleshooting tips at the above link. For example if you get choppy audio try restarting your wireless router, then try the other troubleshooting suggestions in the guide. If you get a message saying the app is not licensed and this message is incorrect then please check your internet connection and try again.
Please rate the app and comment on Google Play to let us know what you think of SoundWire. If you have a question or bug report send email to [email protected] If reporting a problem please give your phone's Android version and make/model.
 - Network access/Wi-Fi: Communicates with the server program on your PC.
 - Phone status: Mutes audio when you receive or make a call. Without this permission music would continue to play, interfering with your call. May be disabled in settings.
 - Prevent phone from sleeping: Keeps app running while connected (playing music) or attempting to connect. May be disabled in settings.
 - Record audio/microphone: This is needed to make the equalizer work properly with native audio. 

App ChangeLog

  • -Rebuilt app using latest APIs.
  • -Made audio equalizer work in more situations, particularly with native audio. New setting "disable fast Android audio path" should be selected to prevent low-latency audio from disabling equalizer.
  • -Removed permissions no longer needed in recent Android versions.
  • -Improved Music VU integration (spectrum and waveform data delivery).
  • -Various bug fixes and appearance improvements.

App Screens

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Google Play Reviews

  1. Jonas Grill-avatar

    Jonas Grill

    Best money ever spent on the play store. I used this to get low-latency audio with my laptop in which the headphone jack is broken. It works like a charm. All the low reviews of people saying it won't connect are just people who have absolutely no idea how networks work. As for the people saying it's choppy, that's because their modem is too slow to support a fast enough lan connection for the buffer size they chose, or either the server or the client is too slow.

  2. James Ratliff-avatar

    James Ratliff

    Spent an hour trying to get the server connected on my laptop and after allowing all permissions and allowing it through the firewall, reading article and article and watching several YouTube videos I still can't get the damn thing connected. Waste of $4.

  3. jakehead20-avatar


    Amazing app. The only thing missing is being able to transmit audio from the client to the server, but this is fine as it is. I've noticed that some people complain about the latency, but they haven't even tried enabling pro mode. Latency sensitive work should be done only while using pro mode, as it lets you set the buffer in milliseconds. From there, you just have to tweak the other settings like compression and latency steering to get the quality you need.

  4. William Gadaleta-avatar

    William Gadaleta

    Using this I am able to feed custom audio from my laptop to my phone for use in tiktok voiceovers

  5. Edward Berry-avatar

    Edward Berry

    I used to use this app at my old place of living. I rent elsewhere now and it will no longer connect. I have checked all the settings, I can only assume the port number is wrong however I have no way of finding a different port number. No instructions on the website. No instructions on the server for the PC. No instructions on the app. Help me with this and I will give you 5 stars. Thanks for any help.

  6. Dickie Marchant-avatar

    Dickie Marchant

    Very nice. I sync all the sound to what's playing in my shop, to another shop where I have another nice audio system, to my truck when I go driving or around the big ole yard through my phone... anywhere I go - what I'm listening to is also there. Perfect app for a fella like me. Thank you very much! Does not have a mixer, not needed since the source can be from a mixer. What it does have is a well thought out equalizer.

  7. Emmaly-avatar


    Perfect! On Windows 10 2004 19041.172 (prerelease/slow ring as of 2020-05-07), this works just perfectly with my Google Pixel 4. I did have to create a firewall entry manually; there was no prompt (but I've seen that problem with other programs on this prerelease Windows version, so probably not SoundWire's fault). I got a lot of lag and thought it wasn't going to work, but I just had to go into the settings in the SoundWire Android app to reduce the audio buffer size from the default (which was 256k, which is rather big) down to the smallest (8k). Now there's no perceptible delay at all. I also turned on audio compression and set the compression bit rate to 256kbps. PERFECT. The only way this would be better is if it could pipe my new Pixel Buds microphone through SoundWire to my computer to be used as a microphone for things like video/audio conferencing. But that's not a dealbreaker for my use case as I am able to use my webcam's mic... but having my mic go with me would be far better.

  8. Sean aka b3ck-avatar

    Sean aka b3ck

    It Just Works! Protip: When entering in the IP make sure you press the enter key on your keypad in order to connect, I was under the impression to press and hold the big button in the middle to connect, my mistake that's for auto discovery connections when on a local network, and since I was doing this over mobile network it didn't work. To the Dev: Maybe also make a "Connect to IP" button?

  9. J C-avatar

    J C

    Essentially turns your phone into a wireless DAC with a little latency. Works well if you have a good connection, I wish it handled poor network situations better though without Opus compression (maybe with some sort of server-side FLAC compression and then decoded client-side?) if my assumption is right that it just sends raw PCM over your network.

  10. Cryo Crise-avatar

    Cryo Crise

    Bad. It's really bad because when u do buy it it and download it it does Infact work that only Problem is that the time is extremly dealyed like the worst I had was about 5-10 second Delaware on a samsung 10e with airpods on very fast internet and computer