Greet app. The persistent notification only show the name of song, no playback control or quite button. ..
Awesome! Fixed an as yet missing feature for me! Was able to find a Spotify plugin for the Windows Jamcast app (was only in source code, was a piece of cake to compile in Visual Basic. This also requires a developer Application Code from the Spotify website, also easy to get) to allow it to grab Spotify playlists, so I can now stream Spotify on any DLNA device such as my Xbox One or Chromecast, none of which have native Spotify apps yet. I can also use this mobile app to browse, cast, and control playback of the music from the couch. Great stuff!
Amazing Cool DLNA app.works well on my SS galaxy s3.easy to use.i can stream music from my phone to my xbox.cool!
Not sure what the point is.. Since you still have to have your PC running with the jam cast server running. I was hoping this would eliminate that, & I could just use my tablet and not have to worry about using my laptop. This just adds an extra step. So I guess I'll just continue to use my laptop to stream
Nice Awesome app, perfect for streaming music and podcasts. Setting it up was actually pretty easy. Glad I found this.
It's ok. I have only tried local mp3 playback so far and I can report: 1) Doesn't allow for internet playback. Although you can set a port, and I could port-forward, there is no way to manually add a server, the app relies on LAN scanning to find it. 2) The menu for each folder only shows "browse", which is the action for clicking the folder anyway. 3) Cannot play a folder. You can open the folder, and play one track, but the app won't play the next track. Instead, you have to manually click EACH FILE in the folder to add it to the queue. 4) No controls. The persistent notification only shows the name of the song, no playback controls or quit button... it's just a shortcut back to the app. 5) Cannot customise. If you don't want a "channel" in the list, you can't get rid of it. Likewise, if you don't want playlists, albums etc, you cannot delete or re-order them. Each time I've used this i've had to scroll all the way to the end for "folders". The design is excellent. It's clean and easy to navigate. Just functionality-wise it's lacking.
* new dark/light app themes
* tablet layout optimizations
* bug fixes