RuneAudio Remote Control

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About this app

RuneAudio Remote Control makes it even easier to control one or more RuneAudio ( music players from your Android™ device.

Main features:

- Player discovery - scan the local network for connected RuneAudio compatible players

- Manually add a player via IP address (Support and Credits -> Manual Add).

- Edit/delete available players via via long press.

- Fullscreen UI - RuneUI is displayed in true fullscreen, with no additional browser bars

- Volume control - adjust the volume with the physical buttons on your phone

Please check the official documentation for requirements, compatibility and troubleshooting:
Updated on
Feb 19, 2018

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285 reviews
A Google user
September 25, 2019
The app itself is as expected. Easy, user friendly UI. I personally had problems with RuneOS and ended up having to switch to Volumio due to WLAN issues. Volumio is working great for me. I did see that some people were able to use the Rune Audio app with their Volumio server but I did not have the same luck. Nevertheless the app and OS are great. 👍👍
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willem provoost
February 9, 2021
Performance is no better than pinning a browser page to the start window. The swiping to find the player is quite confusing especially as the web viewer doesn't need it. The worst is that the "android back arrow" closes the app instead of the action performed by clicking the back arrow on top of the page, which would've probably been the only difference between this and using chrome and worth 5* on its own. Alas...
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A Google user
September 24, 2019
Poor system, poor app. Glad I backed up my pi. Frustrated by the app's erratic behaviour culminating in an android logo, upside down, and a message saying the app needs an active WiFi signal to operate. Somehow it fails to sniff the internet 'active' signal I'm submitting this review by (Which, for the avoidance of any doubt is on the same network). 2* for the hands-off cataloguing of my music libraries though.
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September 23, 2019
Your Android device and your pi need to be on the same network and be available via WiFi. Internet access is irrelevant.

What's new

Added playback controls to Android Notifications.