It was just a matter of time. Totem, the default GNOME media player that ships on distributions like Fedora, openSUSE, Ubuntu, etc., now has a new, unofficial AirPlay plugin called “totem-plugin-airplay“ that will allow iOS device owners to zap content to their Linux-based PCs for playback as if it were an Apple TV. Setup is actually super easy, so don’t be shy.
Tags: AirPlay, Fedora, GNOME, GNOME Totem, Linux, openSUSE, Ubuntu
Filed in: Software, Streaming Media Devices