Wonderful New version is great. Streaming setup works wonders for me. Switching to current playing song may be not intuitive at first. I'd check the exit confirmation option by default
Wonderful but needs some work I am using this app to control my raspberry pi. It the app works great but I find that when you switch to a new playlist shouldn't that flush the song qeue? A great feature that should be added is have the app be able to be controlled by the phone buttons for volume. It would be cool if your able to have an experience like your playing media locally on your phone.
Wonderful MPD client. I use MPDroid to control my Raspberry Pi running music box, and it works nearly seamlessly. A beautiful UI I prefer using instead of the HTML interface built into the distro. My one complaint is that adding albums to the queue adds the songs in reverse order. A couple suggestions: change the UI so that switching from Artists to Albums to Songs works by swiping instead of a drop down menu, change the queue menu so that changing the queue is more gesture based instead of popup menu based.
Great app. Does what it should. Would like the ability to cancel a connection attempt. Particularly if you put in an incorrect server. Had to stop the process from the application manager. It doesn't seem to time out. Also the order of the WIFI networks should be active/connected first.
Great, but unintuitive icon. This works great. My only slight niggle is the headphone icon. I use two music apps on my phone, one for listening locally with headphones, and this, for controlling music on the speakers at home. Having this app use headphones for an icon is confusing. But other than that, thanks!
The best MPD client on mobile devices MPDroid is by far the best MPD client on mobile devices. It's actually better than several full desktop clients I've tried. It's easy to use, does a great job of displaying cover art (check the mpdroid wiki), lets you browse by folder structure or by tags and is all round very neat. The only long term annoyance I've noticed compared to a desktop client like gmpc is it doesn't support the composer metadata field but anyway it does let you go to the album folder so if you have any kind of sensible tagging and naming scheme you can always get the info you need. MPDroid improves with each release and MPD + MPDroid still has a place as a great way to enjoy your music collection, even in these days of DLNA/UPNP devices.
One year worth of bugfixes and improvements !
Thanks a lot to our contributors, especially to one ;)