Two words: absolutely awestruck. What an amazingly quick Android app. Computer installation was as simple as a few clicks. For something running on my slow home network I expected a large delay between my phone and my laptop--at the very least, a few seconds. But the controls on this app are instantaneous--from the volume to the media controls to the library search. Very impressive. Going to get my friends to get this A.S.A.P.
Brilliant if you can get it working. It works great so thank you to the developer, now I can control my outside music from my phone. However, the installation instructions didn't work for me but I got it going in the end with a weird ip address.
Doesn't work. I do a lot of network stuff, UPnP controls over Foobar so there is definitely a connection. I can access the http site and control just fine on local networl but this app doesn't connect for sh*t. Seems like it's not even trying.
This is a keeper. Works as expected. Setup for additional Foobar2000 plugins (Windows 10 Anniversary) was simple, no firewall problem. UI is OK, not great, but more than good enough. Good enough for me to want to say thank you, but the Go PRO option fails because the PRO version is gone from the Google Play Store. The alternative app is out of the question because it asks for unnecessary permissions such as Identity and Contacts.
Little confusing The initial installation guide is a little confusing, you're supposed to add the http plug-in in the foobar user component folder : (%appdata%/foobar2000/user_comp) , while adding the server files in the foobar folder (%appdata%/foobar2000). Though once it's installed correctly and "paired" it's smooth as butter! There's relatively no delay between start up and connection. The album art, track info, time, etc shows up flawlessly!
AMAZING APP! The first time my phone rang, and my music automatically paused, I thought something was wrong. And upon ending the call, my music resumed! I realized this was an option and enjoyed this app so much more!
- Improved a bit the accessibility of the app for people using TalkBack (Thanks Juan Antonio Fuentes for reporting the problem).
An audiophile music player with hi-res 32/64-bit audio rendering and DSP engine.