For information about the difference between LITE and PRO version see Android Remote.

Changelog v2.04:[01.02.2011]

  • Minor Bugfixes
  • Play newly create playlist
  • Customize design
  • Info where to swipe
  • Added Widget [BETA]

Changelog v2.03 [22.01.2011]:

  • Minor Bugfixes
  • Selects current playing file (latest foomote webinterface required)
  • Flip/Swipe top buttons to access more buttons (Currently filemanager and start remotely button)
  • Change volume with hardware buttons
  • Server Settings (can improve battery life)
    • Change update-period
    • Stop service after leaving the application

Changelog v2.01/v2.02:

  • Minor Bugfixes

Changelog v2.00: Unfortunately you have to update the webinterface again :(

  • Image fadein and fadeout animation
  • Fast scrolling
  • Pages for the playlist (Long click on a playlist item or a button)
  • Completely changed the source code

Changelog v1.05: Unfortunately you have to update the webinterface again :(

  • Better playlistview
  • Activate/Deactivate Albumart

Changelog v1.04:

  • Bugfixes – Thanks @JOSH
  • Changed the web-interface again (If you are updating please download the new interface!)

Changelog v1.02/1.03:

  • Bugfixes
  • Changed to own interface (If you are updating please download the new interface!)

Changelog v1.01:

  • Bugfixes
  • Pause on incoming calls

Just released the PRO version of FooMote. So what’s the difference?

It is of course ad-free. You can now start foobar2000 remotely from FooMote! You just need to install HomeMedia, start the service and browse to the foobar2000.exe. Another feature is pausing by an incoming call. So not much difference  – see it more as a donate version.


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Lee White
Lee is currently a full-time writer at DekiSoft that is eager to discover new and exciting advancements in Technology, Software, Linux and Cyber Security. Lee has spent the past 18 years working as an Systems Engineer providing support for various operating systems and networks. When not at his desk or writing, you will find him tinkering with retro tech.

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