InnuOS 2.6 brings Deezer integration, Tidal Max support, and new NAS/USB features

Innuos has released the latest version of its operating system, innuOS 2.6, offering an  

improved user experience, as well as introducing Deezer integration, Tidal Max support,  new NAS/USB drive features and multi-language support (on a beta version).  

This update provides users with improved navigation options, access to an even wider array  of music and makes it easier to listen to music files from external sources, elevating the  audio experience for music lovers and audiophiles worldwide.  

“As we progress into 2024, our new 2.6 update now marks 8 years of continued support  and software updates for our customers who have devices dating back to 2016. This  latest update represents a great development of accessibility and widening of potential  audience, through the addition of multiple languages, expanded streaming service support,  and more ways of connecting music files to cater for the different listening habits of our  users. Coupled with UI and UX improvements that are directed by our Feedback Zone and  customer input, 2.6 should have something for everyone.” – Stephen Healy, Innuos Product  Specialist.  

Key highlights of the innuOS 2.6 update include:

– New streaming services: Deezer streaming service integration and added support for  TIDAL Max (for users who have Tidal HiFi Plus subscription);  

– Expanded support for multiple NAS: ability to access shared folders from multiple NAS  whilst improving performance through a significantly faster scanning and access;  

– Playback from connected USB drives: you can now connect USB drives to Innuos  PULSE network players and ZEN music servers/streamers series as well as their flagship 

STATEMENT music server/streamer, navigate folders and play music from connected USB  drives;  

– Added format support: added native support for 32bit WAV files encoded in floating point  and for WAV and AIFF files with sampling rates higher than 384 kHz;  

– Improvement of the Sense App User Experience: new A to Z slider, customizable Music  View layout and improved User Interface for Now Playing screen;  

– Multi-language support: added (beta) support for French, German, Simplified Chinese  and Traditional Chinese.  

Version 2.6 of the innuOS Operating System can be downloaded using the Innuos Sense  App, which is available on iOS, Android and Amazon Fire devices. The Innuos Sense App is  used to browse, play and manage all your music, whether stored locally or streaming. It can  also be controlled through any web browser.  

Read more about this update on Innuos Inn-sights blog 

Jay Luong

Mr. Audio Bacon himself. An open-minded electrical engineer and software developer by trade. I have an obsession with the enjoyment of all things media - specifically in the realm of music and film. So much heart and soul (and money) go into the creation of this artistry. My aim is to find out which products get me closer to what the musicians and directors intended.

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