DAAP Media Player allows you to stream your music from a DAAP share such as mt-daapd (firefly), Rhythmbox, forked-daapd, tangerine, most NAS devices such as FreeNAS, QNAP servers, and older versions of iTunes. DAAP is a proprietary protocol similar to HTTP developed by Apple for use with iTunes music sharing. Still used by modern versions of iTunes, the computer community has reverse engineered an older version of this protocol for streaming their own music. This application provides this functionality on an Android device. DAAP Media Player is an open source application on github https://github.com/chrismiceli/daap-client Features include: * Stream music without downloading the whole song * Search and voice search songs * Passwords * Handle multiple servers * Random/Shuffle and Repeat * Playlist and Queue support * Widget * Home screen shortcut 1. Long press home screen 2. Click Shortcuts 3. Click DAAP - Add Server 4. Enter server information * Last.fm scrobbler support - If you have a scrobbler app installed on your phone you can scrobble (disabled by default). Tested scrobblers: Simple Last.fm Scrobbler, and Scrobble Droid. * Last.fm artist information * Handle intents of the form daap://server:port#password Permissions INTERNET - to connect to DAAP servers WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE - to save songs to SD card READ_PHONE_STATE - to pause on incoming phone call CHANGE_WIFI_MULTICAST_STATE - to listen for local servers ACCESS_WIFI_STATE - to know whether to listen on local servers or not.