mconnect Player HD 4+

UPnP, Cast Video & Music

ConversDigital Co., Ltd.

Designed for iPad

    • 3.4 • 28 Ratings
    • $5.99

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mconnect Player is a media player app to support UPnP/DLNA and Google Cast(Chromecast).
- Send Video/Photo/Music to UPnP and Google Cast (Chromecast) devices.
- Gapless Playback by App and to UPnP renderers.
- DSD and FLAC music playback by App.
- Play TIDAL, Qobuz and Bugs music & video to UPnP and Google Cast devices.
- Send media files to Apple AirPlay compatible devices from PC, NAS and Internet.

*mconnect Plaer HD is for iPad providing horizontal screen.

You can play media files from any Servers to any Playback Devices with mconnect Player.

[Media Servers]
- Your iPhone and iPad.
- UPnP compatible servers: PC and NAS.
- Internet Music integrated into App: TIDAL, Qobuz and Bugs.
- Cloud Server integrated into App: OneDrive and Dropbox.

[Playback Devices]
- Your iPhone and iPad.
- UPnP compatible renderers: Smart TV, UPnP supported Audio, UPnP receivers.
- Google Cast: Chromecast, Google Cast compatible Audio.
- AirPlay compatible devices: Apple TV, Airport Express, AirPlay Audio.

Note: If you send a media file to a remote playback device, the playable media format depends on the media decoder in the remote playback device.

iPhone, iPad, AirPlay, Apple TV, and AirPort Express are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.
Google Cast and Chromecast are registered trademarks of Google Inc.
DLNA is a trademark of Digital Living Network Alliance.
UPnP is a certification mark of the UPnP Forum in the United States and other countries.
TIDAL is a trademark of ASPIRO AB.
Qobuz is a trademark of XANDRIE SA.
Bugs is a trademark of NHN Bugs Corp.

What’s New

Version 3.3.80

- Improvements on working with some dlna/upnp devices.
- Fixed bugs.

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

oppomaelstrom ,

Issues with Oppo player

Using an Oppo 105 player and this app, both Tidal and Qobuz sound great but share the same problem: albums do not play in their entirety. Instead, music stops after each song ends. To play the next song one has to manually click “next”. This happens often, but not always. Puzzling. And frustrating when you just want to hit “play” and listen to an entire album non-stop.
Please fix this.

TS82864 ,

Works beautifully

I have an iFi Zen Stream and use Qobuz as my source for streaming music. Unfortunately Qobuz doesn’t work directly with iFi so the only way to make it work is through mconnect. Frankly I expected a nightmare trying to get this to work, but everything went surprisingly well. Rather than mess with mconnect Lite I decided to spend the six bucks for the HD version as I listen to hi-res music and figured the HD version would probably help avoid other headaches versus using the free version. Long story short, I downloaded the app, signed into Qobuz, and to my surprise everything just popped up ready to go. It took me a few minutes to figure out the menu/search options, but once I was acclimated everything was there — all my playlists, favorites, etc. so I was off and running. And the best part — it sounds AWESOME. I’m beyond happy with this app, and I don’t get to say that about many apps. I don’t know what past problems have been and maybe issues have since been fixed, but my recommendation would be to spring for the HD version as my experience has been very positive — really the best 6 bucks I’ve ever spent. Thank you mconnect!!!

LetsBreakUpTheMonopolies ,

Does not work for my use case - YMMV (see update)

I was hoping to use this app in order to stream Qobuz to a Marantz ND8006 streaming CD player. Oddly, it worked well for a brief period (a few minutes) when I first installed the app. However, the next time I tried to use this functionality it completely failed. I have deleted and reinstalled the app but no luck. At this point the app does not see the streaming device at all. I am hoping a future update will fix things, but I am not that encouraged since I suspect that part of the problem is due to the pretty horrible HEOS app that Marantz uses. My suggestion is that anyone who wants a streaming device for use with Qobuz should probably avoid Marantz until their software sees Qobuz natively.

UPDATE. As a result of updates to the app and iOS I am now able to stream Qobuz on the Marantz streamer. There are still a few quirks in how it works, but it gets the job done. Thanks.

App Privacy

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Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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