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Just wanted to say that the JRemote app for IOS is rather awesome! Love the interface. A great remote app for a great program. Anybody else try it out? 10 bucks is kinda steep for an app but, like JRiver, felt it was worth it and then some.
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Can you test to confirm whether the JRmote app has a mode where you can ONLY que songs? This would prevent issues with adding songs and by doing so wiping the current playlist. Thanks in advance.
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Not sure about that one. I have only been zipping through my playlists previously created. Holding down on an artist or anything else allows shuffling. I've only been using it a few days so Ill figure more out soon. Anybody who uses JRiver would surely enjoy this..it is a remote app though, not the fully featured program.
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Decided to toss in 10$ and purchase this as well.  The web based version does the trick on a tight budget but the app is definitely worth it.  Great feature set and its quick.

 

This app makes the already wonderful JRiver media player simply the best media player around.

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Originally Posted by rezolver View Post

Can you test to confirm whether the JRmote app has a mode where you can ONLY que songs? This would prevent issues with adding songs and by doing so wiping the current playlist. Thanks in advance.

A little late but yes you can set the default action to add to playlist. But long press and hitting play will still wipe a current playing playlist.

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