Connect to your local Mac music library or connect wirelessly to another Mac, PC, Network Media Drive or TimeCapsule.
To select your Music folder simply:
To add Music on a Network Drive or from another computer on your Network simply:
See our help documents on how to connect to your Mac, Windows or TimeCapsule in the app for more information.
Switch between Artist, Album and Song views. When in Album view you can switch between List or Grid Mode.
Play the Play Queue.
Repeat the entire Play Queue.
Repeat the current track.
A random Song is added to the end of the Play Queue after the current track has finished.
The 'Play Queue' is the current list of Songs being played.
Clicking "Play Now" on a Song will add that song to the top of your current Play Queue and begin to play it immediately. Doing this for an Album or Playlist will add all songs of that album/playlist to the top of the Play Queue.
Click "Queue Up" will insert the tracks at the bottom of the Play Queue.
Queues the tracks from an Album from the selected Song onwards.
You can swipe right to left on a track to delete it from your play queue.
To enter edit mode, click the Play Queue action menu and select 'Edit' to re-order the Play Queue without changing the original Album or Playlist.
Your Play History shows the last 50 tracks played.
Click the 'Create Playlist' button under the play controls and name it.
Look for the plus icon to add an Album, all Albums for an Artist or individual Song to a Playlist by clicking the action menu icon and choosing the Playlist you wish to add them to.
Click the Playlist action menu icon and choose 'Edit'. Now you can:
Once you have finished editing your Playlist, click 'Done Editing'.
You can easily import all your Apple Music/iTunes playlists or import and export individual playlists. Follow our simple guides on how to:
Click the Filter dropdown to filter your Music to Blues, Rock, Classical or Grunge music. If you scroll up on the list you can search for a genre just start typing in the input.
Easily search your music by either Song, Album, Artist or File name. Choose which of these options apply to your search. If you are in Album mode any matching tracks will be highlighted in yellow.
Download your favorite music from external drives to your MacBook for offline playback. You can download Songs, Albums, Albums for an Artist, Playlists or even your music search results.You can see if a track has been downloaded by the small dot next to the track name.
Simply click the action menu on either the Song or the Album and select "Download for Offline Playback".
Download a Playlist by clicking the action menu on your Playlist and select "Download for Offline Playback".
Simply perform a search, then click the action menu and choose to download the matching songs or the albums of the matching songs.
You can remove downloaded tracks by using the actions menu. To remove all downloaded music simply click the cog icon and select "Remove Downloaded Tracks".
MusicStreamer can connect to smart devices via AirPlay or to Amazon Devices. Simply click the AirPlay icon next to the Volume control and select your smart device. To connect to your Amazon device see our guide.
Add multiple libraries from your local music files or a network drive. Simply:
MusicStreamer can discover artwork from a variety of places. If you have missing artwork, here are three ways to resolve this:
Then click the cog icon, select "Rescan" and choose "Rescan everything" to find all your new artwork.
Easily change between light and dark modes:
On the "Preferences" dialog scroll to the bottom and select either one of the 4 preset UI Colour options or click "Custom" and choose your own accent colour to be used throughout the app.
Automatically update your last.fm profile with what you’ve been playing in MusicStreamer for Mac. View your listening history on last.fm and share it with friends.
Simply click the cog icon and select "Preferences" and enter your last.fm username and password details.Please use your last.fm Username and not your email address.