DS audio

DS audio


**You must own a Synology NAS to run this app, and be running the latest Audio Station 5.2 to get all listed features**

Discover a new and pleasant way to enjoy music on your Android phones and tablets wherever an Internet connection is available. DS audio allows you to browse your DiskStation’s music library while playing it in the background, as well as displaying the lyrics of the song being played. Better yet, you can download songs to your Android device’s local memory to listen to them even when no network is available. You can also control music playback on connected speakers in a simple and convenient way.

With DS audio on Android Phones and Tablets, you can do the following:
-Play music stored on your DiskStation on-the-go
-Browse songs by albums, artists, composers, folders, genres or playlist
-Create and edit your own playlists (DSM 4.3 beta and Audio Station 5.1 required)
-Download to local memory for Offline listening
-Listen to your favourite Internet radio
-Use DS audio as a remote to stream music from your DiskStation to any attached speakers (Airplay-enabled / Chromecast / DLNA / UPnP media renderers)
-Connect with your QuickConnect ID (requires DSM 4.2)
-Support of HTTPS connection for Android 3.1 and onwards
-Support for encrypted login over HTTP without SSL
-All features available with DSM 5.0, Audio Station 5.2 and onwards
-Supported on devices running Android 2.3 and onwards

What’s new
. The login history is shared between Synology mobile apps for more convenience (hostnames and account names)
. Downloading to the external SD card is now possible on Android 4.4.x devices
. Unicode domain names (also known as IDN) are now supported
. Minor bug fixes

Recent changes:
. The login history is shared between Synology mobile apps for more convenience (hostnames and account names)
. Downloading to the external SD card is now possible on Android 4.4.x devices
. Improved the handling of large playlists with Chromecast
. Unicode domain names (also known as IDN) are now supported
. Minor bug fixes
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File size
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About DS audio
**You must own a Synology NAS to run this app, and be running the latest Audio Station 5.2 to get all listed features**

Discover a new and pleasant way to enjoy music on your Android phones and tablets wherever an Internet connection is available. DS audio allows you to browse your DiskStation’s music library while playing it in the background, as well as displaying the lyrics of the song being played. Better yet, you can download songs to your Android device’s local memory to listen to them even when no network is available. You can also control music playback on connected speakers in a simple and convenient way.

With DS audio on Android Phones and Tablets, you can do the following:
-Play music stored on your DiskStation on-the-go
-Browse songs by albums, artists, composers, folders, genres or playlist
-Create and edit your own playlists (DSM 4.3 beta and Audio Station 5.1 required)
-Download to local memory for Offline listening
-Listen to your favourite Internet radio
-Use DS audio as a remote to stream music from your DiskStation to any attached speakers (Airplay-enabled / Chromecast / DLNA / UPnP media renderers)
-Connect with your QuickConnect ID (requires DSM 4.2)
-Support of HTTPS connection for Android 3.1 and onwards
-Support for encrypted login over HTTP without SSL
-All features available with DSM 5.0, Audio Station 5.2 and onwards
-Supported on devices running Android 2.3 and onwards

What’s new
. The login history is shared between Synology mobile apps for more convenience (hostnames and account names)
. Downloading to the external SD card is now possible on Android 4.4.x devices
. Unicode domain names (also known as IDN) are now supported
. Minor bug fixes

Recent changes:
. The login history is shared between Synology mobile apps for more convenience (hostnames and account names)
. Downloading to the external SD card is now possible on Android 4.4.x devices
. Improved the handling of large playlists with Chromecast
. Unicode domain names (also known as IDN) are now supported
. Minor bug fixes

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User reviews of DS audio
Lo streaming di FLAC funziona anche con DSM 3.2: testato su USB Station 2.
Mar 4, 2012
Awesome! Paired it with my Synology DS409+ NAS and now have a personal "cloud" music streaming solution right out of the box.
Jan 31, 2012
Add it to one single Synology app only please
Jul 9, 2011
May 2, 2011
After upgrading to DSM 3 final version, no longer works on my Incredible - it can't find the Diskstation on the network. Works just fine on an iPod Touch.
Oct 19, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 21, 2014
Major issue for offline use Downloaded about 2000 songs for Offline use while travelling. Went to load the app to play my music in the car and could not since it required me to connect to the server before allowing me to select "downloaded" music section. This is a major bug that needs to be addressed. The only reason to download music is to play when we DO NOT Have a network connection to the server.
A Google User
Aug 19, 2014
Decent app We need more control on music info please like change the information the art work, better UI like the ios
A Google User
Aug 4, 2014
XC It won't let me install it
A Google User
Aug 4, 2014
Yep
A Google User
Aug 1, 2014
Ugh. Keeps getting worse with every update. Edit: I have contacted support but you claim the problem with USB speaker volume reducing during phone notifications is due to a Android firmware limitation. This is not the case as earlier versions of the app did not exhibit this behavior. Edit: It has now been explained to me that android forces this behavior because DS Audio utilizes lock screen controls. At least this explanation makes sense, but the app is still a pain to use when listening over USB audio. I guess I'll install an older version.