Download Music Pump DAAP Player apk 1.5 free for Android smartphone

17 Sep
Music Pump DAAP Player

Posted by Music Pump in Music & Audio | Sept. 17, 2014 | 32 Comments

Apk file size: 1.1 MB

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

Whats new

    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

Music Pump part of our Music & Audio and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update Sept. 17, 2014. Google play rating is 82.7586. Current verison is 1.5. Actual size 1.1 MB.

Download music-pump-daap-player.apk 1.1 MB

32 Comments

David Valentine-Hagart

Ace. My go to app. Works great on phone and tablet. Firefly stream and local files.

Jagveer Singh Chouhan

Excellent app I use it for my itunes server on Dlink 320L NAS. works perfectly. Dont need PC to play music from my music library anymore. Also, It searches NAS server automatically. Great UI.

Thomas Nussbaumer

great piece of software I bought this a while ago when it was still pretty basic. Kudos to the dev for putting further work into it. As it is now its perfect for me. Very clean and simple GUI and caching of the song database is really quick. Love the download function as this has become the main way of getting my music on my phone. Thank you very much

Thelonious Monk

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.

Tyler Chamberlain

Does exactly what I want. App works great over WiFi as well as when I'm away from my home on 3g. Use it all day at work.

Paul Dawson

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?

Minim Phone

Not picking up new music If I add new music files to my Linux server, they don’t show up in Music Pump unless I reinstall it. Otherwise a great app. I'm running forked-daapd on Debian.

Claus Jessing

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.

Max Yeung

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

Awesome Everything I want in a daap client.

David Airlie

Awesome!!!! Just what I needed to control the streaming from my nas

A Google User

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!

Andreas Rosén

Love it Love this. Even for playing local files. Missing feature to save playlists from local quick list.

Ben Drastic

Spot on, and for half the price of a pint Fantastic little app. I have tried all the apps I could find and they were all unreliable, sluggish and lacking features, to varying degrees. This program is efficient, with a nice clean, uncluttered interface. I am streaming FLAC from a Linux machine using Rhythmbox and have my tab connected directly to my amp. I have had no issues whatsoever. When you consider the cost of this app, the reliability and features make it excellent bang for your buck.

A Google User

Slick DAAP Player Was looking for a good way to play music from my Ubuntu 12.10 machine over my network. I looked into icecast2 and darkice but the setup was complicated and is more broadcast-style. I want on-demand playing without the need to control the media stream from my PC. Once I found Music Pump, I got rid of icecast2 and darkice without hesitation. I tried a free DAAP player first but it just doesn't compare to the features of Music Pump. Music Pump runs pretty well on my Galaxy S, doesn't seem to hog resources or crash. It's nice to find an app that works so well on my aging smartphone, unlike some others. It seems like they probably put a lot of work into getting efficient performance from the app. The developers have obviously put a lot of work into it, and it shows. My $2.99 was well spent. For the server end of the setup I am using Ubuntu 12.10 with Rhythmbox and the DAAP player plugin. It easily shows my music library and my playlists (a feature that seemed absent from another leading free DAAP client). Once you get used to seeing the now playing area, and the play queue (a feature that took a minute to locate) I think you'll fall in love with this application too.

A Google User

Nice interface The interface is nice and it is good to be able see album by covers though personally I would like higher quality covers to be downloaded as most are pixilated. Whilst there is smart playlist when you select one you only see the songs, can can't list the albums or the genres in that playlist.

A Google User

Almost exactly what I wanted! Just needs skins... Was looking for a daap client and found this - it's the best out of the few I tried and I'll be sticking with it. Just 2 things annoyed me a little, the lack of an equalizer (easily remedied by downloading an equalizer app), and more importantly, the lack of skins... Please make some skins for this!!!!!! :) EDIT: Oh...and maybe a nicer looking too

A Google User

Brilliant Just just what I was looking for does every thing I want.

A Google User

Works better on a tablet Almost flawless on my Nexus 7 tablet but an occasional 'playback failed' error with my LG Optimus One w/ a meager 600 MHz processor on the same WiFi connection. Using a 3G connection is hit-or-miss unless the connection is solid; I've had success maybe one out of three tries but strangely enough another app seemed more reliable with marginal connections and hardware.

A Google User

Best daap client around Best daap client I've used on any platform. Would love to see an ios port of this for my ipad. This is the only client that works quickly and reliably with my roku soundbridge.

A Google User

not worth $ better than average daap player, but has too many bugs (connection related) for a non free app.

A Google User

Does what it says Superior to the other daap clients in the play store

A Google User

Z Developer left prompt response to issue will designed app

A Google User

Excellent App Works excellent. Nice interface and usability. I run a firefly server to serve out about 30k songs and it works flawless over wireless at home and over 4G on the road connecting back to my home. Keep up the great work.

A Google User

Perfect Clean, fast and slick. Even worked with the iTunes server on my super old NAS.

A Google User

Very slick Didn't find the firefly server on my DNS-323 straightaway (for some reason it defaulted to running on port 3668) but once setup manually it worked very well. Cached song db very quickly. Nice widget too. Good work!

Bryan Whittaker

Bryan Do not need at moment install on something in the future.

Mr X

I can get it to play a single song, maybe one time in twenty. Useless.

Антон Вахмин

Good app Please add ability to auto select server by network type (mobile / wi-fi) or ssid and add opportunity to search not only by artist and song title, but also by the album title in the play queue.

Jelmer Vernooij

Works well and fast, but interface leaves much to be desired.

Michael Richey

I would have given it 5 stars, except that the app cowardly refuses to play local music without an internet connection. I get an error about not being able to verify the license. So, if you're always connected - this is way cool. Using it to retrieve songs from my iTunes server for a road trip - not so cool once we were on the road.

Jacques-Alexandre Bossu

Doesn't work as expected... Plays wrong files, try to connect 5 times to finally succeed, take a long time to download music files despite them being very light and my connection being excellent. I would ask a refund if I could. Sincerely regret buying that stuff.

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