Music Pump DAAP Player

Music Pump DAAP Player


Music Pump is a feature rich Android DAAP Client that lets you to stream and sync music from your PC or NAS to your android device. All you need is a DAAP Server.

Following servers have been tested: rhythmbox, mt-daapd, firefly, tangerine, forked-daapd. Many NAS devices have a built-in DAAP server. (Sometimes DAAP is called iTunes Music Sharing)


Features:

* Caching the database index locally for faster access to the music. The index only needs to be refreshed if you added new music to the library.
* Should have no problem importing large music libraries ( > 20'000 songs)
* Songs, albums and playlists can be downloaded in the background and will be added to a local playlist which will show up in the playlist section of many music players.
* The application has an offline mode feature to play your files on the sd card
* Cover Art support: Covers are loaded from the id3 tags and/or from the last.fm website
* Custom UI for Android Tablets
* Control music playback from your bluetooth headset buttons and from inline headphone remotes
* Basic Homescreen Widget
* Supports last.fm scrobbling using simple last.fm scrobbler
* Lockscreen player control in some custom roms (e.g MIUI)
* Playback stops on incoming calls, headset removal or when another media player is started


Youtube Demo videos:
Running on Samsung Nexus S
http://youtu.be/7TZyT3Am04o

Running on Asus EEEPad Transformer
http://youtu.be/D7BhMCV3UtQ

Recent changes:
1.5
* Fixed some crashes on new Android devices
* Added Option to save songs using random filenames to bypass some problems with Artists / Titles with lots of non-ascii characters. Useful for languages like Korean
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File size
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About Music Pump DAAP Player
Music Pump is a feature rich Android DAAP Client that lets you to stream and sync music from your PC or NAS to your android device. All you need is a DAAP Server.

Following servers have been tested: rhythmbox, mt-daapd, firefly, tangerine, forked-daapd. Many NAS devices have a built-in DAAP server. (Sometimes DAAP is called iTunes Music Sharing)


Features:

* Caching the database index locally for faster access to the music. The index only needs to be refreshed if you added new music to the library.
* Should have no problem importing large music libraries ( > 20'000 songs)
* Songs, albums and playlists can be downloaded in the background and will be added to a local playlist which will show up in the playlist section of many music players.
* The application has an offline mode feature to play your files on the sd card
* Cover Art support: Covers are loaded from the id3 tags and/or from the last.fm website
* Custom UI for Android Tablets
* Control music playback from your bluetooth headset buttons and from inline headphone remotes
* Basic Homescreen Widget
* Supports last.fm scrobbling using simple last.fm scrobbler
* Lockscreen player control in some custom roms (e.g MIUI)
* Playback stops on incoming calls, headset removal or when another media player is started


Youtube Demo videos:
Running on Samsung Nexus S
http://youtu.be/7TZyT3Am04o

Running on Asus EEEPad Transformer
http://youtu.be/D7BhMCV3UtQ

Recent changes:
1.5
* Fixed some crashes on new Android devices
* Added Option to save songs using random filenames to bypass some problems with Artists / Titles with lots of non-ascii characters. Useful for languages like Korean

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A Google User
Aug 22, 2014
iTunes client Simple and works. But no auto-discover (you have to specify the IP address of the server), no .m4a album art, .mp3 album art created with iTunes doesn't always work. Not terribly compatible with iTunes, then. Works well with Firefly. Supports now playing queue. Supports playlists, but sorts them into artist order. Not terribly useful. Who wants all their Abba tracks together at the beginning of a playlist? Update: I changed my router (to a well known TP-Link model) and now the app will not log on to the Firefly libraries which worked before.
A Google User
Apr 16, 2014
filename of offline copy great app. seeing problem with the filename of the local offline copy if the song's name is not in English.
A Google User
Mar 10, 2014
Excellent App!! Does what I wanted streams nicely from my wdlivebook to samsung galaxy note 10 Just one query, it shows and plays all albums but when in the all songs section it doesn't, any ideas why?
A Google User
Feb 5, 2014
First impression: Good Just installed this yesterday and it seems to do what it claims. Good job. Going on the tube each day where connection is bad I could do with an option to set buffer length.
A Google User
Jan 12, 2014
Great app! Its clean basic design makes it very easy to find your music. I'm using it with a firefly server on Ubuntu, mostly streaming to my NAD amp with a Logitech Bluetooth adapter. Very satisfied!