Chord Electronics Gofigure Streamer App Updates Incoming
Chord Electronics updates the Gofigure app for its Poly and 2go streamers.
Chord Electronics' Gofigure app has been updated to include new radio-listening features, SD card album playback and improved stability, it is announced.
The Gofigure Android and iOS app is the set-up and configuration companion for the British hi-fi company's Poly and 2go portable streamers/servers.
The Gofigure updates include improved radio station and playlist support, with faster access over Wi-Fi through caching. Additionally, it brings enhanced status messaging and stability. Furthermore, it paves the way for a new playlist generator for the Quick Play function arriving in a forthcoming firmware update for 2go, with Poly getting it later this year.
The playlist generator feature allows Gofigure to scan any SD card/s inserted into 2go or Poly for music and create playlists for every stored album. This result is a quick and easy way to play all stored albums without the need for either a Wi-Fi connection or another app.
The new version of Gofigure can be downloaded directly from the Google Play Store and Apple's App Store, depending on which OS your device is running. However, Android 10 users are encouraged to download a specific version of Gofigure from the Chord Electronics website directly at: chordelectronics.co.uk/android. If you're not sure and your device indeed runs Android 10, you will be redirected to the Chord Electronics download page from Google Play Store.
A fresh install of Gofigure is always recommended; however, some devices may auto-update; iOS 13 and Android 7 (or higher) are recommended for running the latest version.
To take full advantage of the latest version of Gofigure, Chord Electronics' 2go and Poly streamer/server will receive their own OTA (Over The Air) firmware updates soon after - 2go will update to v. 1.5.0 in May. Poly will receive a 'light' update in the coming weeks, priming the device for a rollout of more significant, successive updates throughout 2021.
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