Finamp 4+

Jellyfin Music Player

James Harvey

Designed for iPad

    • 4.9 • 49 Ratings
    • Free



Finamp is a Jellyfin music player for mobile. Its main feature is the ability to download songs for offline listening.

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## Known Issues

This app is still a work in progress, and has some bugs/issues that haven't been fixed yet. Here is a list of currently known issues:

* Deleting large items (such as playlists) will cause the app to freeze for a few seconds
* Download indicators occasionally don't update

## Planned Features

* Transcoding support for downloads
* Multiple users/servers

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What’s New

Version 0.6.8

This release fixes an issue in the last release where the app would almost always fallback to English, breaking tanslations.

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
49 Ratings

49 Ratings

One of the Coles ,

Great, really.

This is an app I really appreciate as it’s the main reason I’ve gone back to my Jellyfin server. A little feedback though, the cover arts don’t sync or get saved when the offline mode is turned on, that’s about my feedback. This app is perfect, I hope it doesn’t get ruined with future updates and things.

Kayonesoft ,

Lightweight Audio-Only Media Player for Jellyfin servers

So right off the bat, I commend the team for this side application which I didn’t know I needed before, but fits its singular purpose well. It does all the basic things you would expect an app like this to do.

There’s just a couple of issues that make this hard to recommend.
First, The downloads do not work that well. They do work, but if you queue up a lot of downloads (say, an album of 100 tracks), the app will go into suspend/sleep mode before it finishes, causing the downloads to fail.
Second, and this is a dealbreaker for me, it doesn’t save audio progress position between sessions. If the app hibernates or you close it, you lose any media progress you had. While that’s not a huge deal for music, it absolutely cripples audiobook functionality.
And finally, the app tends to misbehave (become unresponsive) if left suspended/hibernating too long, requiring a force close. Annoying, but not a big issue (unless coupled with the aforementioned audiobook issue)

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the feedback!

- I'm working on a rewrite of the download system which should be much more reliable, and will also allow stuff like artists in offline mode

- Saving progress is a popular feature request, I should really look into it

- I'll look out for buggy behaviour in long sessions, it's pretty stable for me but I've never explicitly tested it

Darth Mochi ,


Even though still have some bugs, this app is single handedly making Jellyfin music playing on iOS awesome. Way better than the official client since it has offline download and displays the album art and songs properly on iOS system UIs. Looking forward to this getting even better.

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