If you love music and enjoy it on your AirPods, on Bluetooth speakers or on some fancy headsets connected to your audio jack, then this app is for you.
It can also be a helpful utility when you are surrounded by other Bluetooth gadgets like keyboards, mice, game controllers, iPhones or iPads.

Switch between headsets, auto mute loud speakers, receive alerts when your audio output device changed or when a new one is available and check batteries level at a glance - these are just a few features to start with. And we did not even listed the Bluetooth features.

• Click to connect to any audio or Bluetooth device
• Switch between speakers or headsets with a shortcut. You can also connect to other Bluetooth devices with a keyboard shortcut
• Receive notifications every time the audio connection updates (when AirPods are available, headsets are unplugged from the audio jack or your Mac just decides to change the playing device). From the notification you can switch back to your preferred output
• Automatically mute loud speakers (and prevent heart attacks) when you accidentally unplug your headsets or your AirPods disconnect. It's great for wireless speakers, but it also works with headsets connected with a cable to the audio jack
• Check what audio device is currently playing directly from the top bar
• Check battery levels at a glance and receive alerts when devices are running low on battery (works especially well with AirPods, Powerbeats, iPhones, iPads, Apple keyboards and mice and other BLE devices)

• You can use your AirPods or home speakers together with other devices like your iPhone. But every time you want to reconnect your AirPods to the Mac, you must search for options in System Preferences, reconnect and then switch the playing audio output - AirMate solves that.
So every time you end a phone conversation or media playback, just type the shortcut to reconnect your AirPods - quite easy
• How many times you accidentally unplugged your headphones or your AirPods disconnected and the music blasted from your speakers? AirMate will auto mute your system sound automatically
• You never know on what speaker your sound will start? Check the toolbar, AirMate is there with the info
• You do not know when your Powerbeats or keyboard battery will end? Check it in the app and receive alerts

Some devices will not report the battery level. Others devices will report it immediately or in a few seconds after AirMate starts.

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What’s New

Version 1.8.0

• Fixed some hotkeys issues

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

bryan ☠️ ,

Exactly what I was looking for


Userreviewer1 ,

No better than MacOS bluetooth menu

I was looking for something that made it easy to pair and view bluetooth audio devices. This does that but it sometimes glitches and gets hung. i haven't figured out why yet but I think it particularly happens when I have incoming calls on multiple applications and this app and the native bluetooth feature compete with eachother to trigger the audio output. But that's just a guess.

Also, i thought it would show battery life for non-Apple devices, and so far that has been a mixed bag. When it does show, it could be several minutes (mouse / keyboard). And other times it doesn't show at all (headphones).

All this is to say the native MacOS bluetooth selector in the menu bar basically does all of this without the glitches.

J. G. Westerville, OH ,

Didn't work with MF 1000xm3

Looking for software to cure imac/bluetooth earbud issues. This didn't work.

Developer Response ,

Dear user,
The app requires you to have functional and paired Bluetooth devices, since it is a devices hub.
You can also write me an email to and I will gladly provide you with more details.

App Privacy

The developer, Denk Alexandru, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.