App needs to be improved The Riva app is very poorly designed. It can't auto connect to bluetooth that is already on. There is no EQ or even basic bass/treble options. The volume settings from 1-7 is too quiet: the speaker itself is capable of more power output in that range, but I keep having to turn it up past 7. It can't access the music library and is totally dependent on another music app for songs. The forward & back buttons don't work. It keeps disconnecting when I switch apps during multitasking.
Very basic Basically just lets you toggle on/off the Turbo and Surround modes. App wont open unless the speaker is on and already paired to your phone. Only music control is changing tracks/playing/pausing. It would be awesome if this app would offer an EQ. A commonly reviewed and true reported flaw is the speaker shines at high volumes but is underwhelming at lower volumes and an EQ would be the perfect remedy. I use the EQ in my music player app, but have no way to liven up listening to videos.
Doesn't work on "Riva S" Riva app show that I must connect (pair) my speaker per Bluetooth but it's already connected. And there's nothing else I can do...
Very basic. Doesn't work with streaming services like Pandora to skip to the next song etc. It's a volume controller only. Weak.
This app doesn't work with the Riva S! This app won't work with my new Riva S for some reason... I'm pretty sure that this is the app that the manual told me to download because this is the only Riva app on the Google Play Store.
Seriously This app crashes all the time. Not stable at all. For a high quality speaker, there should be app to go along with it.
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The remote control app for Samsung 'Wireless Audio – Multiroom' System