DSub for Subsonic

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About this app

DSub is a music streaming app for Subsonic servers. Use DSub to connect to your remote Subsonic server and listen to your music wherever you go!

Top Features
- ChromeCast for audio (both online and offline)
- DLNA casting for audio (both online and offline)
- Browse by tags or by folder structure
- Lockscreen controls (ICS+)
- Local Gapless Playback (JB+)
- Wear Support (Lolipop+)
- Auto Support (Lolipop+)
- Replay Gain
- Manage/Listen to Podcasts (And auto sync new podcasts)
- Playlist Management
- Better offline support (cached playlists, search, etc...)
- Better Bluetooth controls (works with more devices, sends metadata on devices which support it)
- Better Shuffle (size of playlist option + by year, genre, etc...)
- Quick add/remove songs to playlist
- Pause playback when other apps request audio focus (navigation, etc)
- Stuttering playback fixes for the users who were effected by it
- Drag and Drop songs to rearrange your playlist on the Now Playing tab
- Chat tab
- Internet Radio Stations
- Bookmarks tab
- Automatic bookmark management
- Share tab
- Admin tab to manage users from
- Tasker support
- Rate albums/songs
- More options!
- Random minor improvements

The code for this project is released under the GPL and is available on Github: https://github.com/daneren2005/Subsonic

Note: The permission to read system logs is only for the option to send logs via email (which you have to explicitly click and then send) and isn't used anywhere else.
Updated on
12 Oct 2020

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Ratings and reviews

1.22K reviews
A Google user
14 April 2019
The app is working great so far. However, I notice when it caches songs that it displays a pinned icon next to it, I cached some songs, and after its done, and I go back to look at the song the pinned icon is gone, so I am assuming the song is still cached regardless. I also noticed that sometimes the text gets doubled up, and displayed over text, so I have to close, and restart the app to fix it. As far as android auto it works good there, and sounds good. However, the app does not display the playlists on my touch screen stereo, and I do not have a away to shuffle the songs, so if those two can be added to the app that would be great.
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A Google user
2 February 2019
Great app, when it works. For some reason, starting a week or 2 ago, every song I play will randomly stop after a minute or 2. Not sure why. Possible that the latest Android security update hosed something. My subsonic server hasn't changed and plays songs just fine on a different client on my iPad. Hopefully this app hasn't been abandoned because it really is the best there is for Subsonic and Android.
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Dwayne Fluke
18 April 2022
For the most part, DSub has been pretty solid. I use it to connect to my Subsonic server. There are some items I'd like to see addressed in a future update: 1. Append an album or artist to the current playlist/queue. I can 'select' an album but when I use the upper right menu, add to playlist doesn't work. Says no songs selected. 2. View library statistics (i.e. number of tracks, albums, artists, genres, etc.) 3. Stability. I've occasionally experienced crashes when first firing up the app.
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What's new

Update to Android 9 target level
Optionally use system default media style notification (on by default)
Fix not being able to use basic server auth with @ in network connection string
Turned DLNA casting off by default since it causes battery drain I have not been able to fix