REQUIREMENTS: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later.
Squeemote is a remote control for your SlimDevices(TM) device, including the Squeezebox(TM) Classic, Duet and Boom.
Browse and search your entire music library from your iPhone or iPod Touch
Control and sync multiple devices across your network
Simple playlist management
Access online music services and internet radio
Requires SqueezeCenter 7.2 or above*
* (Squeemote is not guaranteed to work with pre-release or beta versions of Squeezebox Server)
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In response to user feedback, Squeemote has an updated control mechanism; single-tap now plays automatically whilst tap-and-hold presents a contextual menu.
Improved support for large libraries; Squeemote now downloads album lists in smaller incremental chunks.
Improved artwork handling; artwork is no longer downloaded whilst the album list is scrolling due to its impact on performance but there is now an option to pre-cache artwork (disabled by default). Scrolling performance in the album view is improved in general.
Improved caching strategy with the ability to refresh individual lists (including shake to refresh).
Better notification of download progress when fetching large libraries (animated progress view).
Dramatically improved music service support, including Napster, Rhapsody and Pandora. Tested with all of the major music services.
Better handling of display of music service items including information such as artist bios.
New Music screen moved into its own tab and now honours the server "new music limit" setting rather than only showing the last 50 albums.
Fixed numerous bugs with initial connection to server; detect if the CLI port is incorrect rather than failing silently and try and detect when the server IP/ports have changed by rescanning for the server.
More optimal memory usage and handling of low-memory situations.
Numerous other minor bug fixes and improvements.