Key Facts

Users devices must be able to communicate with Airtame via the guest network. "Client Isolation" on a network will block any communication and is commonly enabled by default.


Get them connected

To stream, your guest's devices must be able to communicate with the Airtame. They must have access to the network that reaches Airtame. This could be your guest network or Airtame's own network

👉 Take a look at this article to find out more about the different network setups.

Get them the Airtame app

For Windows we have a Guest app made for guests or users with restricted permissions. It doesn't need to be installed nor does it require administrator privileges. 

Here are some ways of providing the Windows Guest app:

  • Get them to download it from
  • Store the app on a USB flash drive. Users can run it from the drive or copy it to their Computer.

☝️ The user will be asked for firewall access! They can accept or deny access without any effect on streaming or discovery.

For MacOS users without administrator rights can download the software from here and run the dmg files directly without dragging to the application folder.

It is also possible to use our built-in AirPlay functionality to stream. No app required!

👉 Learn more about Airtame & AirPlay here.

Mobile and Tablet users

  • Android users can download the app from Android Market
  • iOS users can use the built-in AirPlay functionality provided this is enabled in your Airtame. You can check how to do it here


Making Airtame available on your guest and internal network

To allow guests, as well as internal users, to present to Airtame, there are four potential ways for integrating Airtame into your network. Click here to learn about these options.  

For more details about software needed for each device, please check this comprehensive article: 💻 Providing the Application

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