Does Qobuz Work With Apple Airplay?


I have an Oppo Sonica Dac Streamer and the Oppo help line says I can stream Qobuz "if the app plays with Airplay" I couldn't figure this out from perusing the Qobuz and Apple web sites. Thanks to any who can help.
Larry
tuberist
Yes my Qobuz app on iPad or iPhone will send to airplay enabled devices and speakers.
Yes I did it with the Sonica for about a year.
It definitely works with Bluetooth 
thanks for  the help
Larry


Airplay didn’t work with my node2l 
Well he doesn't own a Node 2
I guess I'll be stuck with Tidal until I get a Quobuz integrated streamer dac since Airplay only does 16/44 res.....I wouldn't get to hear the hi res Qobuz offers using the Airplay interface...I'll start saving my pennies. Will spend around 2K....Lumin, Auralic are contenders.

From Qobuz website:

Qobuz Connect

More and more brands in Audio-Connectivity have integrated Qobuz with their own applications, while others are adopting new standards such as GoogleCast, Microchip JukeBlox.

No more cables! Qobuz is compatible with many wireless listening protocols (Googlecast, AirPlay, Bluetooth…).


I've yet to find a way to adequately stream at higher quality than Spotify though.  Sure the source material is higher quality but once the Tidal/Qobuz signal is sent through Airplay, Bluetooth, or Chromecast, it's degraded to a comparable bitrate.  

Or am i totally not understanding something?
Yes & No.. you can get CD quality at 16 bit, but not 24 that you are capable of getting with Qobuz's highest tier. Below is a blurp from Apple.. It's definitely a respectable solution to getting Q on a HiFi system. 

For streaming content Apple is using the in-house Apple Lossless Audio Codec (ALAC). Here data density is permitted for up to 120 megabit per second. No matter what format the audio originally coded, your Mac or iOS gadget will turn it into a lossless audio stream. Only so-called “Hi-Res” Audio formats used by pros and audiophiles with higher resolution (e.g. 24 Bit / 192kHz) will be down-sampled to 16 Bit / 44.1kHz.