RompЯ – feature-rich music player

RompЯ is a browser-based client for Mopidy and MPD, which are both music players.

You can use RompЯ to control a music player on another device or on your computer. Because it runs in a web browser you can run it on any device – a laptop, tablet, or phone can all be used to control your music player.

RompЯ has a rich and beautiful interface which is intended to sort your music, manage radio stations, browse and subscribe to podcasts. When used with Mopidy you can listen to Spotify and make use of RompЯ’s music discovery features which will help to introduce you to new music.

RompЯ is free and open source software.

Features include:

  • Collectioniser sorts your music by artist and album.
  • Directory browser.
  • Search.
  • Tagging and Rating of tracks.
  • Spotify, Soundcloud, GMusic, etc support (with Mopidy).
  • Add tracks from Spotify, Soundcloud, etc to the collection on the fly.
  • Web Radio support, automatic Spotify search for radio tracks you like.
  • Podcast search and subscribe.
  • Alarm Clock.
  • Sleep Timer.
  • Album Cover Art.
  • Last.FM scrobbling.
  • Automatic on-the-fly playlist generation based on tags, ratings, popularity, your listening habits, etc.
  • Get biographies of artists from various sources.
  • Album and artist suggestions based on your listening habits.
  • UI themes.

Website: fatg3erman.github.io/RompR
Support: GitHub Code Repository
Developer: Fat German Productions/Mark Greenwood
License: alt-SpongWare license

RompR

RompЯ is written in PHP and JavaScript. Learn PHP with our recommended free books and free tutorials. Learn JavaScript with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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