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⟳ 7 apps added, 42 updated at f-droid.org
12 projects | reddit.com/r/FDroidUpdates | 8 Jan 2022
Enhanced Controller for Onkyo and Pioneer (version 1.24): Remote controller for Onkyo devices
A third-party Python Client for Spotify (and tips on how to make your own...)
6 projects | dev.to | 20 Sep 2022
The integration of Spotify, the great daddy of audio streamers with third-party apps has been difficult over the years. Years ago, in their beginning they liberated libspotify, coded in for integration with different clients. Integration with major audio players like Foobar, Clementine and MusicBee were working, but in 2015 the company decided to drop the new development on the library and decided to shut down the integration last June. The new feature called Spotify Connect that allows multiple device to act as remote controller for the device that its playing in real time made new possibilities. But the wheel was inventend with LibReSpot, a library written in Rust. More libraries ported from the original in Rust appeared later in Go and Java. This last one is special, since it allows to be controlled by HTTP requests and interacts with a potential client through WebSockets. So a good player is possible to be built through a GUI library, and so I picked the most user friendly GUI framework, PySimpleGUI, that wraps multiple and more complex GUI frameworks like Tkinter and PyQT providing easyness of development.
I'm currently learning how to make Android apps and decided to try making my own Spotify client
2 projects | reddit.com/r/transprogrammer | 6 Jun 2022
Before anyone asks, I made this using librespot-java, an unofficial library to play music from Spotify
librespot-java: Self-hosted Spotify Connect in Docker
2 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 1 May 2022
A link to the actual project.
What are some alternatives?
raspotify - A Spotify Connect client that mostly Just Works™
spocon - SpoCon - A Spotify Connect Client for Debian , Ubuntu and Raspberry Pi based on librespot-java
librespot-java-docker - Dockerfile for librespot-java with alsa backend
BladePlayer - Android music player that plays from multiple sources
muzei-nationalgeographic - The National Geographic photo of the day for Muzei.
PresencePublisher - An Android MQTT client that regularly publishes messages to notify about the device's presence
wassword-flutter - Wassword is an Android App built with Flutter to generate passwords and passphrases
SpotMyLyrics - Java-based lyrics fetching application (Now crossplatform!)
blade-player - Android music player that plays from local library, Spotify or Deezer
Secure-File-Manager - Secure File Manager is open source file manager for keeping your files in safe.
tonuino-nfc-tools - Android app to write NFC tags for the TonUINO diy music box