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ServiiDB is live and kicking

Looking for interesting online sources? Do you have some to share with others? Interested in an easy way to manage your online content in Serviio? Look no further, has arrived.

ServiiDB is a database  for storing information about online sources. Although it is not affiliated to Serviio in any way it has been built by the Serviio community (lead by our forum member Moltra).

You can add new online content entries, search for content, rate content quality and report whether the link is still live.

There is also a public API which enables other products integrate with ServiiDB. Currently ServiiDroid, the android Serviio console app, has added the support. That means you can now search for and add online entries to your Serviio library from the comfort of your sofa.

All it needs now is for the users to start entering more content and hopefully we can make this a great tool for everyone.  

1 million downloads hit

This week we've hit another major milestone - 1 million downloads of the application. 

Here's to another million soon.

ServiiDroid - an Android Serviio controller released

Our forum member Will has written an android version of the console called ServiiDroid which allows you to manage and configure your Serviio server, directly from you android device.

If you are an android user then you can download it for free from the Android Market.

Version 0.6.2 released

 I'm glad to announce that version 0.6.2 is now ready for consumption. This is a bug fixing release only, don't expect any added functionality, apart from translations. Read release notes for more details.

Version 0.6.1 released

This version brings additional features, optimizations and bug fixes to the online functionalities. Live stream support means you will now be able to listen to your favourite radio stations or watch TV stations with your Serviio clients. With a bit of work you will also be able to stream your PC's desktop to the TV.

Online plugin API has been extended to enable plugin developers delivering content not only from a feed but from any web resource (e.g. a web page). On this note, don't forget to update your plugins to the latest versions, some of the might not work otherwise.

There are also several additions to the management of online library, namely the possibility to specify a custom name, refresh a resource on demand and more.

More in the release notes.

As always, thanks go to the testers andother contributors who helped to make this happen.