Events such as unplanned parties are good, but not having a speaker to play some party music is somewhere makes the event a little incomplete. In such types of scenarios, you only have the option to play party music right from your phone, but there are limitations. The sound may not be sufficient to entertain us, keeping the fact in mind that we have surrounded by a huge environment. A single small speaker of a phone cannot make the required music impact that is supposed to have on parties.
But humans do find possible ways not to postpone such events, and this article is exactly based on that. What if I tell you? It is possible to stream music to multiple devices simultaneously! And it does works like a charm. We just have to have some more smartphones so that the amount of sound produced is high. Sounds interesting, isn’t it?
So, make sure to read the articles till the end because we do have mentioned more than one single method to sync music across all devices at once.
Stream Music to Multiple Devices Simultaneously using Spotify (Offline)
Spotify allows us to play the same music across devices at once offline. But there’s a catch, you can only play Spotify on up to 3 devices at the same time in Spotify offline mode and we need to keep one device online. Here’s how to have to do that:
Step 1: Download and install Spotify on your phone, laptop, or any other available device.
Step 2: Log in to your Spotify account having a premium subscription.
Step 3: Visit your desired playlist and hit Download in order to download the songs on your device offline.
Step 4: Now we need to activate Spotify offline mode on a specific device:
- Phones: Visit Settings > Playback button > turn on ‘Offline’ mode.
- PC: Tap on the three dots from the top left side > File > turn on ‘Offline Mode’.
- Macs: Tap on the Spotify located on the top of menu bar > select ‘Offline Mode’ from drop-down list.
Step 5: On other devices, log into the same Spotify Premium account, keep the main device connected to the internet play any song you want, and you are good to go.
There are limitations, we can only sync 3 devices at the same time. And it’s mandatory to have a Spotify Premium account.
Stream Music to Multiple Devices Simultaneously using AmpMe
AmpMe is a great app to sync music across multiple devices and has a simple and clean UI that makes users easy to understand. Don’t worry if you don’t have any sound available offline because AmpMe does support YouTube. You can even chat with fellow members to discuss the next music to play.
Here’s how to use AmpMe:
Step 1: Download and Install AmpMe for iPhone and Android from the respective app stores accordingly.
Step 2: Launch the AmpMe app and tap on the ‘Start a new party’ option, to host the party.
Step 3: Ask the rest of the members to join the party created by you. Similarly, you can also connect to other’s parties created by the host.
Step 4: The app will analyze and synch with the other devices.
More than this, AmpMe also works with Bluetooth speakers. In case devices are not in sync, you can connect tap on the Sync button manually, and you are good to go.
Stream Music to Multiple Devices Simultaneously using Vertigo Music
Vertigo Music also allows you to sync music across multiple devices. You just have to make a channel, where the admin will broadcast his/her favorite songs and participants needs to join the channel. You can even communicate using the chat feature. Unlike other apps, Vertigo supports Music does support Spotify and Apple Music. Vertigo Music is free to use with no annoying ads.
Step 1: Download and install Vertigo Music.
Step 2: Make a broadcast list by providing a name to it accordingly.
Step 3: Once done, just add desired tracks that you want to make sync with other devices and share the channel with other participants.
Anyone who stays far beyond you can stream music to multiple devices without any issues.
Stream Music to Multiple Devices Simultaneously using Soundseeder
Soundseeder is another simple platform that allows us to sync music across multiple devices. You can download the app on Android, Windows, and Linux devices. Syncing music is possible when you enable Party Mode.
The best thing I personally liked about this app is that you don’t need to have an internet connection to stream music to multiple devices simultaneously. It works with connecting devices to the same Wi-Fi or hotspot.
Step 1: Download and install Soundseeder Music Player.
Step 2: The app will analyze and detect all the music tracks available on the device.
Step 3: Ask other participants to download Soundseeder Speaker, and be on the same Wi-Fi area network or hotspot.
Step 4: Launch Soundseeder and it will automatically detect the device, then choose to select ‘Select Player‘ located in the bottom left corner. (Use ‘Search’ option if auto-detect won’t work)
Step 5: Now just start playing a song from the Soundseeder Music app and you are good to go.
Connects 16 devices at the same time, no internet connection required. Soundseeder is best for home parties.
My Final Thoughts
All the apps mentioned above are bet to stream music simultaneously. It’s nothing wrong to say that these apps are party savers. I have personally used AmpMe because it supports YouTube. Try all the apps and see what suits best for you.
That’s it for now, hope this helps! Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. Till then stay tuned for more info.