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ServiiDroid allows you to manage and configure your Serviio server, directly from you android device. This is especially useful if you run Serviio on a NAS, home server, or desktop located in a different room to your TV as it lets you make quick changes without leaving your sofa.
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ServiiDroid uses Serviio’s REST API but is not affiliated with Serviio in any way.
ServiiDroid uses the ServiiDB.com REST API but is not affiliated with ServiiDB.com in any way.
*Easy to setup - ServiiDroid can automatically find any Serviio server accessible on your home Wi-Fi network (but also supports 3G/4G/VPN connections by manually adding a server)
*Start and stop the DLNA server
*Force a refresh of your media library and online sources
*See the status of library refreshes
*Get notifications when Serviio adds new files
*Edit and add new shared folders and online sources
*Search for and add online sources from ServiiDB.com
*Reorder online sources
*Configure your device profiles
*Change visibility options for browsing categories
*Manage multiple servers - great for those who help beta test new versions
*Can notify you when an update to your Serviio server is available
*Access all console settings
*Upload a license file by clicking on the email link or the license file
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*Requires Android 2.3.3+
*Improved first run and add server workflow
*Improved license upload workflow
*Added support for Serviio 1.5 Beta
*Added an action to delete all unrecognised devices
*Simplified app preferences
*Added Google Analytics to help track app usage (e.g Server versions, common actions, Android version)
*Re-wrote Serviio API client to use OkHttp
*Replaced ActionBarSherlock with AppCompat
*Replaced cling with android-dlna for server discovery