Following closely from my first OSX application (MServClientOSX), I have finished up version one of porting it over to the iPhone. The guts of the code compiled over without any issue, so all I had to do was implement the different UI.
This doesn’t contain the browsing or queuing support that MServClientOSX does – but it allows viewing the currently playing song, skipping to the next song and adjusting the volume.
MServ Client for iPhone is a client for the MServ music jukebox server for common area music playing. You can download it from the AppStore by clicking here.
MservClientOSX is a Mac OSX client for the mserv music server.
Version 0.80 supports the following functionality:
- Viewing the current status of what’s playing
- Play, Stop, Next and volume control
- Browse and serach the list of tracks available
- Add tracks to queue
- Browse and search the queue
- Configurable menubar status icon
- Configurable Growl notifications
- Self-Updating (via the Sparkle framework)
Download MServClientOSX 0.80 and copy to your applications folder.
MServClientOSX's main controller
MServClientOSX's track browser
MServClient OSX's menubar status item