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Description

The Naim app is the ultimate remote control for your home hi-fi system, enabling you to have millions of songs at your fingertips. Enjoy instant playback through your connected Naim devices – from legacy products to the very latest releases - no matter what room they’re in.

Simple and intuitive set up:
• Set up new devices seamlessly with the Naim set up process.

Orchestrate your music:
• Control all functions and settings of your devices remotely.

Fill your house with sound:
• Use the Naim multiroom system to stream your favourite music throughout the house or have a different playlist in each room.

Stream entire libraries of music:
• Playback to your Naim devices through a great number of sources such as Qobuz, TIDAL, Spotify, UPnP and iRadio.

Play your way:
• The straightforward user interface makes it incredibly easy to play, create playlists and adjust play queues while providing extended artist information.

Customise your experience:
• Adjust room compensation and display illumination settings for the Mu-so range
• HDMI-ARC autoswitching

The Naim app works with all of the following Naim network-connected digital music players connected to a Wi-Fi network:

• Mu-so
• Mu-so Qb
• Uniti Core
• Uniti Atom
• Uniti Nova
• Uniti Star
• ND 555
• ND 5 XS2
• NDX 2
• UnitiQute 2
• UnitiQute
• UnitiLite
• NaimUniti 2
• NaimUniti
• SuperUniti
• ND5 XS
• NDX
• NDS
• NAC-N 172 XS
• NAC-N 272

What’s New

Version 5.20

Features

Improved VoiceOver functionality on Now Playing, Settings, Help & Album/Artist/Track screens
Background optimisations


Crash fixes

Crash loading an album with > 500 tracks
Crash playing certain Tidal artists

Bug fixes

Airplay setup issues
Flashing artwork when foregrounding APP
Missing icons and badges
Overlapping artwork in certain scenarios
Some Tidal login issues
Tidal artist name missing at times
Roon connection issues
Playlist sharing
Now Playing issues
Some iRadio artwork not displaying
Global Search text overlaps place holder image
Search option missing for Legacy units with Tidal or Core
Some broken UPnP playlist functionality
Core playlists sometimes missing
Core sometimes excluded from global search
Tidal/Qobuz playlists not always assigned to Favourites
'Tap for Options' setting preventing track playback from Home screen
Missing 'A-Z' option on Spotify favourites
Sample rates displaying incorrectly
Some distorted Qobuz images
No keyboard for Tidal login on Legacy units
Rovi not always launching correctly
Occasional secondary filter bar displayed
No icons next to the store when albums by location selected
Blank Global Search in search history
Inactive filter bar in Minim server Albums view
Missing Hi-Res logo on Homescreen Favourites & Presets
Tidal/Qobuz favourites showing on Core Homescreen
"Stop stream" button is missing after power cycle
Crash selecting >50 My Purchases in Qobuz
Cannot turn off loudness on a Gen 1 or Gen 2 Muso/Qb
VoiceOver: don't announce checkmarks
VoiceOver: Legacy settings - Missing room position announcements
Screens can overlap invoked in quick succession
Failing to connect to system when playing Chromecast
Last played track name always 'Ready' when bringing a device out of standby
Slow connection times when foregrounding the app
Foregrounding the app (from Now Playing) could crash to Rooms screen
Bluetooth input enable/disable not always updating
Background colour of pop-ups consistent across dark or light mode

Ratings and Reviews

2.4 out of 5
396 Ratings

396 Ratings

twyfry ,

Just so b***** unreliable

This is so unstable... and I have been on it for 3 years now. It really hasn’t got any better. Despite that I now have 4 units that should multiroom. On a good day the app finds them all. 2 are on 2.4 , 2 on 5Ghz (don’t ask). Its not the mixing, because tonight on either network I cannot find one of the units, and sometimes am finding 3, sometimes 1. Come on Naim this really isn’t good enough and I have been emailing you repeatedly over the whole time about this. Saying that the answer is to hardwire (to be fair you haven't said that for a few months now) in this wifi age, is no answer. Surely with all the reviews, feedback etc you must see that this could well be a deal breaker in this day and age where app control is now utterly central to people buying a system. You simply cannot rest on audio performance for ever. Control is now equally if not more important. PLEASE SORT THIS OUT.

greg.k84 ,

Up & down

Initial impressions were great. But then I don’t know whether it is for the reason I have the 1st gen Muso(s) and the newer platform is better, but this had been rollercoaster. I would say it works about 50% of the time, the range of issues is wide: ie. when I try navigating “too fast” within Tidal it freezes up and the app can not find my devices for 3-10 minutes, sometimes until I do a hard reboot on the speakers (power cut off). The latest is that it keeps switching to Bluetooth when playing internet radio. I thought it might be just it is connecting to something but it does it even when all phones or any device with Bluetooth in vicinity has Bluetooth disabled. I can straight connect via Bluetooth when this happens so the possibility of the neighbours prancing me is eliminated. Odd. No option to turn down or do anything with bass. I get it it was tuned to perfection and I just have to place the speaker where it sounds good. Problem is that people buying a Muso will often do so due to having no space for a proper hifi. I am in the same boat and I have very limited options of where these speakers can live. The bass is just all over the place and I can’t turn it down. At least a two-step bass reduction feature would be very very handy.

Ottokar and Hermione ,

Never thought the day would come - but here it is!

Up until a couple of weeks ago I was in absolute agreement with the vast majority of folks on here that whilst Naim kit is fantastic, the app is shockingly poor needing frequent reloading to find devices that were there five minutes earlier etc.
I’d used a BT router and then one that Naim kindly sent out to me. Results had been pants poor and slightly less pants poor.
BUT, since switching internet provider to Vodafone and using a Vodafone standard issue router, the devices just pop up every single time without fail. It has revolutionised my enjoyment of the system. It just works now. Every time for the last fortnight.
The only reason I’m not giving five stars is I’m still scarred by the last two years. That experience of frustration at a dinner party when all of a sudden it all drops off the app, which another reviewer wrote about, was just so common. But not anymore!!
It still, of course, beggars belief that Naim themselves cheerfully admit they have problems with BT routers (yep, it’s only the largest internet provider in the country whose kit you don’t really work well with!!!!!)
Anyway, for what it’s worth, use or change to Vodafone and the frustration is behind you. Now I only have to pray I haven’t jinxed myself. 😀

App Privacy

The developer, Naim Audio Ltd, has indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary based on, for example, the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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