Subsonic is a web-based media streamer, providing ubiquitous access to your music and video collection.
More than 20 apps are available for Android, iPhone, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Roku, Chumby, Sonos etc.
Supports virtually all media formats, converting files on the fly.
Also includes a Podcast receiver and jukebox feature allowing you to control what's playing on your computer from your mobile phone.
- Enjoy your music and movies no matter where you are. Share with family and friends.
- Browse and manage your media collection with the user-friendly web interface.
- Stream music to Android, iPhone and Windows Phone.
- Subsonic apps available for Roku, BlackBerry Playbook and many more.
- Convert and stream lossless music on the fly.
- Manage 100,000+ files in your music collection without hassle.
- Download and listen to Podcasts.
- Get cover art, lyrics, reviews and other album info from Google, Chartlyrics, allmusic and Wikipedia.
They need to be more up front about it being a trial version only. Get zina and put it on your apache server does it all free.
Really nice. But starting to get a bit out-dated. Now my phone provider has given me unlimited (really) download data I find myself wishing the video side of Subsonic worked better. Listing bugs aside, aspect ratio changing is still not supported and gap-less playback of Music would be nice for tracks that are designed to be continuously played from one track to another. If Sindre would commit resources/bug fixing for a premium version to paying customers I for one would jump on-board.