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Programming language: Go
Tags: Media Streaming     Audio Streaming     mpd    
Latest version: v0.33.0

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Navidrome is an open source web-based music collection server and streamer. It gives you freedom to listen to your music collection from any browser or mobile device. It's like your personal Spotify!

Any feedback is welcome! If you need/want a new feature, find a bug or think of any way to improve Navidrome, please file a GitHub issue or join the discussion in our Subreddit. If you want to contribute to the project in any other way (ui/backend dev, translations, themes), please join the chat in our Discord server.

Installation

See instructions in the project's website

Features

  • Handles very large music collections
  • Streams virtually any audio format available
  • Reads and uses all your beautifully curated metadata
  • Great support for compilations (Various Artists albums) and box sets (multi-disc albums)
  • Multi-user, each user has their own play counts, playlists, favourites, etc...
  • Very low resource usage
  • Multi-platform, runs on macOS, Linux and Windows. Docker images are also provided
  • Ready to use binaries for all major platforms, including Raspberry Pi
  • Automatically monitors your library for changes, importing new files and reloading new metadata
  • Themeable, modern and responsive Web interface based on Material UI
  • Compatible with all Subsonic/Madsonic/Airsonic clients
  • Transcoding on the fly. Can be set per user/player. Opus encoding is supported
  • Translated to various languages

Documentation

All documentation can be found in the project's website: https://www.navidrome.org/docs. Here are some useful direct links:

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