Full Featured Music Player

  • Material Design
  • UPnP/dlna support – Browse your media libraries and network storages
  • 25.000+ Online Radio Stations included powered by Dirble.com
  • Material Design
  • Day & Night Themes
  • Support for mp3, mp4, m4a, aac, 3gp, ogg, flac
  • Advanced media library (Search by album, artist, title, genre, playlist and folder)
  • Android equalizer support
  • Home- and lockscreen widgets
  • LastFM Scrobbling support
  • Auto start and sleep timer
  • Download for free. Unlimited features available via In-App purchase


Portable Multi-Speaker Audio System

  • Connect up to 16 devices and more via Wi-Fi (free version is limited to 2 devices)
  • Supports down to Android 5.0
  • Synced audio playback on all connected devices
  • Build your own multiroom audio system with SoundSeeder and the Raspberry Pi
  • Remote control your Speakers from Player
  • Audio channel selection for each Speaker (Left/Right/Mono/Stereo)
  • Global and specific volume control
  • Fast and easy setup of Speaker devices
  • Support for Wi-Fi direct and Androids portable hotspot feature
  • Speaker Mode


Speaker support for Windows, Mac OS and Linux

Our Java based SoundSeeder application turns any Windows, MacOS or Linux device into your wireless speaker.
This app also supports the Raspberry Pi (analog & digital audio ports), to build a cheap multiroom audio system. Check the Downloads section for more details…

Connect Raspberry Pi as speaker for your Android phone


Android USB Audio Support

You can also stream music of external audio devices (like TV, CD player, …) to your speakers. Simply connect an external USB soundcard to your smartphone and connect an audio source with the line-in (AUX) port of the soundcard. (Hardware support required. Check the FAQ.)
If no soundcard is connected, soundseeder can still stream any recorded audio and your voice by using the internal microphone.

Connect any external audio source via USB


SoundSeeder in action (v1.0)

Here is a short indroduction video, showing an early beta (2014) of SoundSeeder in action: