Fine, usefully app.
Fantastic app for squeezebox touch. Why logitech chose to get rid of the touch is beyond me... It was awesome
Cover Art This app works pretty great. Among the many cool features, I especially like the "Artist Art" feature, which combines multiple album covers of the same artist into one "mashup" used in artist view. However, the current implementation computes this mashup only once and may become inaccurate when using library views: a specific album might not belong to the current view (e.g. not a favourite album) but its cover occurs in the mashup. View dependent mashups would be *****
Nice when it works Randomly says no player connected to squeeze network if I'm just playing my Boom by itself. Seems a bit more reliable if I am running my squeezebox server. Neither this app or Squeeze Commander have functioned properly since Android 6 Marshmallow on my Nexus 7 (2013). And neither developer seems to care.
Used to be good. Unfortunately it does not play well with Marshmallow update. (S5 Active) Can't switch to squeezebox.com... Looks like the app has been stagnant since Oct 2015. Developer's website stagnant since then too. No response for support. Do your diligence before paying for this one.
Great player, UI nerds improvements The now outdated preview version shows a very promising new user interface. I hope it will be still improved and soon ported to the stable version.
For complete release notes: https://goo.gl/G5jWZi
• Android O notifications category support.
• Fix a lingering crash in the downloads prep/list.
• Reenable support for Android >= 4.1 (previously was >= 4.4).
• Crash fix.
• Screen rotation would lose browse history.
• Fix app/system hang when switching between servers.
• App would occasionally lose track of connectivity status.
SqueezePlayer turns your Android phone or tablet into a SqueezeBox on its own!
Remote control for Logitech Media Server ("Squeezeserver" etc) and players.