For those who missed it, AirServer installs on your OS X machine as a menubar utility with a System Preferences panel that will make yourappear as an AirPlay receiver on your local network. This means you’ll be able to send music, videos and photos from any device (or another computer) to your , wirelessly through AirPlay. The app already supports and 5, letting you send content back and forth between an 2 running the latest iOS beta and a Mac powered by a Lion Developer Preview.
AirServer has now made the leap to iOS, and it’s available in the Store at $4.99. The concept is the same of the Mac version, except it runs on jailbroken devices: an , or can become an AirPlay receiver capable of displaying photos, videos from apps and Safari or music thanks to the AirPlay technology. Several apps on the App Store have tried to do this before, but started pulling them after a few weeks so it makes sense for AirServer to go the way with a paid utility.
If you’re a fan of AirServer on the desktop and you have a jailbroken device, you should download AirServer for iOS to complete the picture and have AirPlay always available on any computer,or iPad. Check out the promo video after the break.