Stream Magic

Stream Magic


Stream Magic allows full control of Cambridge Audio’s NP30 and Stream Magic 6 network music players via your Android device.

From the palm of your hand you can access music stored across your home network, control streaming services, browse Internet radio stations and USB media. For the ultimate user experience, track information and album art is retrieved and displayed automatically.

You can also edit preset stations and streams and set-up a queue of favourite tracks which will continue to play even if your Android device is switched off or loses its network connection.

Key features:

•Full control of any Stream Magic powered Cambridge Audio network music player
•Browse and play tracks from UPnP servers or NAS drives connected to the same network
•Browse and search 20,000+ Internet Radio stations from across the world via the Stream Magic Internet Radio service
•Access streaming services* such as Pandora, Rhapsody, SIRIUS, LastFM, Aupeo!, Live365 and MP3Tunes
•High-resolution display of album art and track information
•Automatic discovery of Stream Magic network music players on the network
•Save currently playing stations to memory
•Add, remove and re-order tracks in the playback queue
•Support for Cambridge Audio BT100
•Digital input selection (Stream Magic 6)
•Powering off/idle (Stream Magic 6)
•Volume control (Stream Magic 6) using Android volume buttons

* Where available. Some premium services require a subscription.

Recent changes:
Bug fixes
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Free
44
2.2
User ratings
360
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
6090 kb
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About Stream Magic
Stream Magic allows full control of Cambridge Audio’s NP30 and Stream Magic 6 network music players via your Android device.

From the palm of your hand you can access music stored across your home network, control streaming services, browse Internet radio stations and USB media. For the ultimate user experience, track information and album art is retrieved and displayed automatically.

You can also edit preset stations and streams and set-up a queue of favourite tracks which will continue to play even if your Android device is switched off or loses its network connection.

Key features:

•Full control of any Stream Magic powered Cambridge Audio network music player
•Browse and play tracks from UPnP servers or NAS drives connected to the same network
•Browse and search 20,000+ Internet Radio stations from across the world via the Stream Magic Internet Radio service
•Access streaming services* such as Pandora, Rhapsody, SIRIUS, LastFM, Aupeo!, Live365 and MP3Tunes
•High-resolution display of album art and track information
•Automatic discovery of Stream Magic network music players on the network
•Save currently playing stations to memory
•Add, remove and re-order tracks in the playback queue
•Support for Cambridge Audio BT100
•Digital input selection (Stream Magic 6)
•Powering off/idle (Stream Magic 6)
•Volume control (Stream Magic 6) using Android volume buttons

* Where available. Some premium services require a subscription.

Recent changes:
Bug fixes

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A Google User
Jul 15, 2014
Stream magic Nothing magical about this software Cambridge audio really need to short it out it really spoils the experience of using the minx xi
A Google User
Jul 7, 2014
Great piece of kit Not given 5 stars as not got a NAS yet, so not tested that functionality. Works well with Google Nexus phone and tablet. Brilliant!
A Google User
Jul 5, 2014
Very weak Poor programing on the app and my NP30 make this a disaster. I'm taking it back as it was bought on the basis that there was a control app that worked!
A Google User
Jul 4, 2014
OK But Liable to crash. This App only connects to my NP30 about 1 time in 100. Fine when it works, good functionality, but that is rarely. UPDATE. Got a new router (Asus RT-N66U) and things much improved so far.(old router Virgin Superhub).UPDATE #2 connects reliably now though crashes quite often. Not a big deal as restart quite quick, just a bit irritating. Had a Nad M50 on home demo. Difference was noticable. Nad app much more reliable though functionally no better.
A Google User
Jul 2, 2014
Ugh The original was poor. The 2013 update was an improvement. The current (July '14) version is atrocious. Crashes make it unusable.