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    Quote Originally Posted by castalla View Post
    There are much better apps for Android and Windows than Apple's offerings. In my book IOS is really overacted - I recently got an iPad and find it.fiddly and awkward to use compared to my Android tablets.
    I think we like what we’re used to. I’ve used iPads and iPhones from the beginning. Tried to use a friends android tablet recently and it confused me. But as a windows user, Macs also confuse me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by castalla View Post
    There are much better apps for Android and Windows than Apple's offerings. In my book IOS is really overacted - I recently got an iPad and find it.fiddly and awkward to use compared to my Android tablets.
    That is probably because you are used to using Android. I have the same feeling when I try using an Android device; it just doesn't do it for me. But that is because I'm used to iOS devices.
    Last year I bought a Mac Mini for my photo editing purposes. I'm a long time Windows user and I have struggled a long time with MacOS. It is all about what you are used to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pascal Hibon View Post
    That is probably because you are used to using Android. I have the same feeling when I try using an Android device; it just doesn't do it for me. But that is because I'm used to iOS devices.
    Last year I bought a Mac Mini for my photo editing purposes. I'm a long time Windows user and I have struggled a long time with MacOS. It is all about what you are used to.
    great minds think alike. 😉
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    It would be nice if Pippin said Hello. Did he pass away?

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    Quote Originally Posted by garym View Post
    great minds think alike. 😉
    Indeed they do
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    Quote Originally Posted by earthbased View Post
    Did he pass away?
    I sure hope not! He last visited this forum on August 28th.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pascal Hibon View Post
    I sure hope not! He last visited this forum on August 28th.
    So do you think he is just ignoring any support requests on the forum then? There have been no contributions since March.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slartibartfast View Post
    So do you think he is just ignoring any support requests on the forum then? There have been no contributions since March.
    I don't think he would do that on purpose, no.
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    Local playback on iPhone when remote

    Hello,

    Been using ipeng and in general works great! Love it.

    I use tailscale for vpn.

    Today, while out of the house on cellular wanted to play some music.

    Ipeng finds the server over the tailscale vpn and I am able to control players that are on the home wifi.

    However, I do not see my iPhone as one of the available players.

    I have the license for ipeng local playback and when I am in the house on wifi iPhone is an available option for music playback.

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    Canĺt answer your question specifically but can say that iPeng works over more normal VPN eg L2TP
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