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2010-01-29, 12:09 #31
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- Dec 2009
2010-01-29, 17:08 #32
But I've just implemented the download feature for the current playlist. With the next version, 0.9.3.4, you will have an additional context menu entry ("download") for the songs in the current playlist... :-)
2010-01-30, 02:56 #33
2010-01-30, 06:02 #34
FYI: I've just uploaded SqueezeCommander 0.9.3.4 to the Android Market & to slideme.org.
Downloading items from the current playlist should work now.
2010-02-06, 14:35 #35
I'm looking at the google nexus one as my next phone, just waiting for it to become available in the uk.
I currently have an iphone which is great but I'm sick of having to use iTunes to transfer music to the phone, I'm a linux user and have to keep a dual boot of Windows running for that purpose only.
So I did a search on the forums and was pleased to see this app, I'm a big fan of iPeng on the iPhone so good to see there is an app available on android
2010-02-07, 04:52 #36
I might switch to android in a few weeks/months when the nexus one is released here in France, and if I do that will probably be one of the first apps I'll buy (actually the ability to control my SBs is even one of the reasons I'm considering buying an android device)
I have a few questions though :
-Could someone please make a video of this app, to see how responsive it is ?
-How does it affect battery life ? does it need to have a wifi connection enabled at all times or does it go to "sleep mode" when you're not using it ?
2010-02-07, 16:54 #37
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- Oct 2005
Its perfectly usable on my "ancient" G1, so I wouldn't worry about responsiveness on the NexusOne.
2010-02-09, 04:33 #38
2010-02-09, 04:48 #39
I've planning to implement this feature, though:
Nevertheless, browsing your library in SqueezeCommander is pretty fast, because it uses an incremental data transfer. So only the needed parts are fetched from the server.
BTW: A video is a good idea. I'll try to create one after the next release (because the next release will include an improved GUI with better list layout).
By default, SqueezeCommander does not interfere with the sleep mode of your Android device. I.e. your devices falls asleep after 30 seconds or so and the screen is switched off. In this case, SqueezeCommander does not query your server anymore, until you reactivate your device and it should not affect battery life.
SqueezeCommander has an option to keep your screen on. If you activate this feature, and SqueezeCommander is the foreground app, the screen is only dimmed but not switched off. In this case, SqueezeCommander will also keep polling the server for status updates. This will significantly reduce the battery life, but some users (like me ) find it more convenient.
In any case, if SqueezeCommander is not the foreground app (e.g. if you press the home button), it will stop all network activity.
(Ok, the only exception are downloads: If you start a download from the server to your phone, this will continue to run in background, even if SqueezeCommander itself is not active anymore)
2010-03-06, 03:54 #40
Thanx for the explanations =)
I now have a Nexus One (great little device btw), but I can't try Squeezecommander since neither Google Checkout nor SlideME will accept my credit card (Maestro) or Paypal :'(
Oh well, squeezecontrol does the job for now, and I'll have to get a visa card someday...