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SubFire Mobile Beta

PostPosted: Wed May 10, 2017 12:14 am
by acroyear
Mostly layout fixes, and fixing the 'cancel' button on the login dialog.

I had to remove ChromeCast because I just couldn't get it to work right. I'm gonna have to rip out my 'audio' tag and start over in that regard. Very annoying. Still, the pressure is lessened since Subsonic's ChromeCast is working again.

App page:
Install as a chrome extension button: ... kkekoknabm

(one reason for the layout, esp making the gaps in the grid bigger, is that Android 7's touch support is really rough, far worse than 6. I keep tapping playlists to play them when really i just want to keep scrolling.)

Re: SubFire Mobile Beta

PostPosted: Sat Jan 27, 2018 7:45 pm
by acroyear
Another minor update is out. or (a properly signed cert!)

  • The slider wasn't always updating the time correctly when dragged. Now fixed
  • Tap the image artwork in the player to toggle the buttons, which now include "replay-10" and "forward-30" if the slider isn't precise enough for you.
  • The app now saves the current play queue and song, just like the SubFire 1 did, so if the app goes out of memory and you bring it back, or you accidentally refresh the page, you can continue where you left off.

Re: SubFire Mobile Beta

PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 6:45 pm
by acroyear
New update: I removed the 'dialog' from the login settings screen, because it didn't scroll properly the Android on-screen keyboard kicked in (a bug in Material-UI that they simply didn't fix there but instead rewrote for their upcoming 1.0).

Also, added a "albums from playlists" feature from a request:

Re: SubFire Mobile Beta

PostPosted: Sun Apr 15, 2018 6:56 pm
by acroyear
Also, now having a proper cert, SubFire Mobile is a fully-fledged "Progressive Web App". On recent versions of Chrome for Android, if you use the https version (note: requires https subsonic server that is NOT using a self-signed cert from what I can gather), "Add to Home Page" will install it as a fully-fledged app, where it shows up in your app list, has its own memory, cache, and usage records, and more.

Re: SubFire Mobile Beta

PostPosted: Mon Sep 10, 2018 9:34 pm
by kermit22
This is a very cool project. thanks for putting your time into this, I've been using the chrome addin daily at work.