I like it.
Bought two speakers, entered my router's password, but the app connected to only one of them. That's silly. My router only has one password - send it to both speakers. I couldn't connect to the other speaker at all. Minor bug, please fix - the user can't tap the volume bar at the desired point. You must drag the volume from its current position to where you want it to be. Why?
Speakers are useless.
Works beautifully. I'll be buying more.
No ability to queue songs Still have to play songs from the media server one at a time. Can't add songs to a queue in order to "DJ". This means you can't just load up some tunes and move on, you have to keep fiddling with the app. Also, sometimes app cannot find Serviio media server and must close and re-open to find.
Play-Fi has great sound and the app does well at controlling the Play-Fi devices, but it's sorely lacking in major streaming providers. They need to include Google Play Music and iTunes/Apple Music as well as purchased music on Amazon. How many users actually use KKBox & QQ Music? Their site says it plays Spotify, but that isn't in the app either. UPDATE: I have both definitive and Phorus systems. I discovered that the app that is suggested by Definitive works just as well on the other speakers, handles spotify, and is a cleaner UI
-New TV Audio mode available for Line In broadcasting. Stream audio from the big game to stay in sync with the action as you move from room to room.
-iHeartRadio playlist editing now available for premium subscribers.
-Lots of fixes.
The remote control app for Samsung 'Wireless Audio – Multiroom' System
The audiophile music player with hi-res 32/64-bit audio rendering and DSP engine