Subsonic Music Streamer

6.63K reviews
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About this app

All your media - anywhere, anytime!

Songs are cached for offline playback. Supports virtually all audio formats, including mp3, ogg, aac, flac and wma. Video playback is powered by MX Player.

You can also use this app as a remote control for music playing on your server.

Features offline mode, adaptive bitrates, equalizer and visualizer.

Server software available for Windows, Mac, Linux on
Updated on
Oct 6, 2018

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Ratings and reviews

6.3K reviews
A Google user
February 28, 2019
UPDATE: this app has problems saving playlists. i like a lot about it but it fails on many cases that are deal breakers. i switched to ultrasonic as my new android app for Subsonic. Get it from github (search android ultrasonic) in releases. || Original review: This is my go-to app for music streaming from my home... There are other options but it is robust and the home hosting is great.
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February 10, 2022
This is utterly broken. The webapp works fine, but the phone app hasn't had proper maintenance in years. As a result, a recent Android update has officially and finally broken this app, causing load times to go from practically instant to nearly 30 seconds just to open an album. It *technically* still works, but is so completely ineffective and slow that it's actually faster to just look up my music on YouTube, watch an ad, and listen to it there.
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A Google user
January 21, 2020
Instead of waiting a few seconds to allow the connection to start and to buffer, it skips songs if it catches up with the stream. Once a song finishes downloading it restarts playing it. Goes to the next song before the previous has finished when it's in this state, and it takes a lot of fiddling with playback controls to convince it to just play the album without skipping around.