Does the job. Most of the time. I often have to kill the app for it to detect my Klipsch The Three device (wifi mode). For a few weeks now, I have an "important update" notification when connecting to the device but Klipsch's website doesn't seem to have any upgrade for the The Three (firmwarewise). Not sure what to do with this info.
First of all, the previous version worked well - very well in fact. While the Play-Fi application on my laptop suffered dropped connectivity, the phone app was very robust and would work reliably in the background (when I used it). The update however is a disaster... - It just crashes soon after starting interrupting music playback, making it effectively useless... I seriously hope the flaws are fixed with an update soon. (On the plus side, I do use my laptop more for music, so thankfully I do have a working alternative.)
Problem with update that pop up. Need to be fixed. Otherwise not bad
Limited number of music app integrations is disappointing. Lack of equalizer to adjust my Klipsch "The Three" makes some genres of music nearly unbearable as the device itself runs very bass heavy. WiFi streaming is nice though so I don't have to keep toggling bluetooth, which kicks off the Amazon Echo my "The Three" is usually paired with. Please add an equalizer at the very least.
Awesome sound quality. Kills Bluetooth.
The limited number of music apps available for this app prevents me from giving it a good review. This extreme limitation is giving me second thoughts about setting up a Klipsch Wi-Fi sound system in my house.
-Amazon Music now supports listening to your purchased or uploaded music
-iHeartRadio now supports On Demand content for All Access subscribers
-Critical Listening mode now displays file information with bit depth and sampling frequency
-Lots and lots of fixes and improvements