Namote

Namote


Namote is a simple application that that can switch the input and control the volume of a Naim Uniti streamer. Also has basic play / next / stop controls. This is known to work with Uniti / SuperUniti / Qute.

Naim Audio streamers, e.g. a Naim Uniti, allow control of playback of media from a DLNA UPnP server by using their n-Stream software (that is only available for Apple devices) or DLNA UPnP control points, such as BubbleUPnP. This works well for the most part, allowing you to select songs to play on the streamer from the comfort of your sofa, the streamer will switch to the UPnP input and start playing. The problem comes at the end of a listening session, when there is no way to switch the input back to what it was previously (e.g. TV). Namote fills this small gap in the process - allowing you to switch the input without having to find / reach for the infrared remote control.

Note that Naim streamers only allow one control device to be connected at any given time (e.g. n-Stream). If you get connection errors, ensure your device is the only one actively connecting to the streamer. This applies only to Naim controllers, multiple DLNA UPnP control points are okay.

Please also note that it is recommended only to use this application when using a wifi network connection, as it maintains a network connection to the streamer.

Recent changes:
This release tries harder to maintain a connection to the device and also supports switching to radio presets stored on the device (e.g. FM / DAB / Internet). If you don't have any presets, you can hide the list in the preferences.
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3.6
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1,000+
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File size
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About Namote
Namote is a simple application that that can switch the input and control the volume of a Naim Uniti streamer. Also has basic play / next / stop controls. This is known to work with Uniti / SuperUniti / Qute.

Naim Audio streamers, e.g. a Naim Uniti, allow control of playback of media from a DLNA UPnP server by using their n-Stream software (that is only available for Apple devices) or DLNA UPnP control points, such as BubbleUPnP. This works well for the most part, allowing you to select songs to play on the streamer from the comfort of your sofa, the streamer will switch to the UPnP input and start playing. The problem comes at the end of a listening session, when there is no way to switch the input back to what it was previously (e.g. TV). Namote fills this small gap in the process - allowing you to switch the input without having to find / reach for the infrared remote control.

Note that Naim streamers only allow one control device to be connected at any given time (e.g. n-Stream). If you get connection errors, ensure your device is the only one actively connecting to the streamer. This applies only to Naim controllers, multiple DLNA UPnP control points are okay.

Please also note that it is recommended only to use this application when using a wifi network connection, as it maintains a network connection to the streamer.

Recent changes:
This release tries harder to maintain a connection to the device and also supports switching to radio presets stored on the device (e.g. FM / DAB / Internet). If you don't have any presets, you can hide the list in the preferences.

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A Google User
Jul 6, 2014
George McCormack Used with Nexus 7 (2013) and Unitiqute 2 Namote is very convenient. A few minor limitations and rough edges as to be expected in a work in progress but Namote is excellent nonetheless!
A Google User
May 19, 2014
Great app Now if you can just add navigation of your music library available via UPNP, it would be perfect
A Google User
May 10, 2014
it work! thanks.
A Google User
Mar 26, 2014
Innovative This is simply excellent and I look forward to this being developed further as it has so much potential. Keep up the good work.
A Google User
Mar 15, 2014
Does what it says on the tin Does what it says in the tin. Less remotes in my life now!