Was great for 2 months. Now it loses connection to receiver less than every two minutes. Basically can press one button and then it's fails. Just uninstalled it and I'll try a reinstall. If it gets better I'll update. I'm using in an access point that allows me to have my a1060, Chromecast, and stb wired. Stb and Chromecast work great with phone apps (Android casting, FiOS app) and a1060 used to work really well. Both stb and Chromecast are HDMI to a1060 then need av app to control volume/zones/inputs. I tried stairs ip on my router. Also tried to force ip in a1060 settings but then it won't connect at all.
Edit:Taking away another star after a day of use for new version. This has always been my favorite thing about a networked receiver. The newest update seems to have messed up use with the older lines. I have an Aventage avr710 and have never had problems. 5 star all the way. Now I had two crashes in about 20 minutes. Also seems to freeze on loading and lagging on currently playing display.
Was an awesome app. Last two revs broken. Now, in addition to weak codec support (skipping huge swaths of playlists at a time), it drops connections, or switches to your phone for output. My phone isn't a Yamaha. The UI was always a little funky, but it worked really well. I'm really saddened now. I hope it's fixed one day. Just seems wrong in this day and age to need to cable devices and deal with hum and interference.
Hate that I can't play a specific folder with songs I already organized. Why the heck force me to pick out songs from a huge list to create a play list. I don't got time for that.. for God's sake just let me select a folder in my phone to play whats already in side..
this app is pretty sweet works great I just don't get why there isn't more eq options in it... it would be nice to adjust each speaker on the fly or at the very least have access to a parametric EQ instead of just bass/trebal.... the zone 2 options are pretty sad as well when using Spotify always kicks out the main zone.... RX-V779
It works pretty well. The part of the app that allows you to select songs isn't very well designed but it works well enough. One distinctly lacking feature that it should have is the ability to change which kind of surround decoder. Switching from Dolby or DTS, for example. This is not possible from the app. It would also be really nice if you could see what kind of input the AVR was receiving, for example whether it was receiving a signal for 5.1 or 7.1.
- Compatibility with 2017 network AVRs
- UI Design Improvement
- Change of compatible OS (now changed to Android 4.0.3 or higher)
- DSP Surround Decoder Switch in DSP menu(Compatible for 2011 network AVRs or later)
- Functionality improvement