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    Quote Originally Posted by fuzzyT View Post
    Heh. Of course I'm aware of what's going on at Logitech.

    Not all solutions flow from Logitech. It's an open platform.

    And I'm not getting on the community for not building these apps yet,
    just saying that it would be a natural evolution for these apps to
    exist. One of things where you consider it for a second and then think:
    "I bet someone's done that already".

    Then again, it may just be that most SB owners aren't buying their music
    from these markets, or would just tend to import this music into their
    existing libraries. And having series of partial libraries hanging out
    in the aether isn't necessarily all that appealing. So maybe it's just
    that the demand isn't there. I'll admit I wouldn't be likely to use
    these apps.
    Point is their must be an official API and other information available for a small developer to be able to do this and support it .
    If there was these two apps would already exist .

    Example we got an improved lossles wimp app ! Because wimp themself had actual interest in our players , or they have a unusually large clientele of squeezebox users .
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    Amazon Music Library App

    Not sure about docs, access policy, etc., but there is this:

    https://github.com/chipx86/cloudplaya

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    Quote Originally Posted by fuzzyT View Post
    Not sure about docs, access policy, etc., but there is this:

    https://github.com/chipx86/cloudplaya
    Probably not legit , would be risky apart from a constant load of reverse engineering every time something's change .

    What about google play ? There are probably similar hacks out there .
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    Amazon Music Library App

    I did see similar work done against the Google Play APIs, but most of
    those were around Android app content, not music. At the Google
    Developer site there were a few docs, but the portion of the APIs that
    they've published were very rudimentary.

    Are 3rd parties developing Android apps against these APIs, or are there
    only the vendor's official apps? If there are 3rd party apps, they
    must be using some API.

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