updated 10:20 pm EDT, Thu May 22, 2008
Rogue Amoeba Airfoil 3.2
Rogue Amoeba on Thursday released an update to its software utility that sends any audio to AirPort Express units and Apple TVs as well as other Macs and PCs. Airfoil for Mac v3.2 brings several minor fixes as well as a couple new, including support for the new 802.11n AirPort Express, including full password support and better synchronization. Airfoil also now supports remote control of iTunes or QuickTime Player when they’re being transmitted via Airfoil. Using the Apple TV Remote through an Apple TV, or the Keyspan Express Remote through an AirPort Express, users can send basic controls for play or pause iTunes or QuickTime Player, as well as moving back and forward in tracks in iTunes. It also supports now fully supports VIDEO_TS files for virtual DVDs.
Owners of Airfoil for Mac can download this free (and recommended) update. Airfoil 3.2 is $25 or available as a $10 update from previous versions; it requires Mac OS X 10.4 or later.