Do you remember this post? Well, @apognu submitted the first beta of the app on the Googe Play Store this week!

It's called Otter, and you can use it to connect to your Funkwhale pod. Eventhough it's still young and in beta, the core features are here: listen to your albums, playlists, favorites and search for albums and tracks.

It also has a built in dark mode!

Many thanks to @apognu for his work 💜

The app is now listed on, and if you want to submit feedback or contribute, the project is hosted at

Acknowledging the work done by our community is important, but it's also critical to give credit to other individuals and communities who are helping us by maintaining projects that make possible!

We've added a dedicated page at to feature all the projects we're relying on to build Funkwhale.

Even if you cannot support us directly, supporting any of these projects will benefit us!

0.20 highlights: additional changes 

0.20 highlights: account deletion 

0.20 highlights: dark theme 

0.20 highlights: support links 

0.20 highlights: reports 

0.20 highlights: new landing page 

0.20 highlights: genres 

After 5 months of work, 0.20 is now available! 🎉

Release announcement (with highligths):
Full changelog and upgrade instructions:

We'll also publish some release highlights here later, but everything you need to know is available in those two links!

Thank you so much to all our amazing contributors, testers, reviewers, translators, devs, designers, writers… We did a great job together!

Our monthly budget for september to december 2019 (included) is now live at

It will give you a better idea on what expenses your donations currently cover. Hopefully, we'll have bigger numbers for the next ones, since we need to pay ourselves, but we have to start somewhere ;)

Many thanks to all donors, as well as people who helped drafting the budget and designing the page!

Someone recently started to work on a native (as in: not based on Subsonic) android app for . They are looking for feedback and ideas, so feel free to reach out on the corresponding discussion!

Quick reminder that if you manage a pod and are ok with basic stats to be collected, you can submit your pod domain on

It's helpful to have an idea of the size of the network, the number of active users, the deployment of new versions, etc.

By doing so, you'll contribute to those dashboards:

You can opt-out at any time, from your pod settings (older stats will be deleted as well if you do).


You are invited to 's first General Assembly, on May 19th, 6PM (UTC+2). This is a critical milestone to officially launch our collective, and we'd like as much participants as possible!

It's open to anyone, and the meeting itself will be text-based, so book the slot in your calendar, and come join us!

Everything you need to know about the meeting like the agenda, decisions, tools and voting process is available on our forum:

Allright, our new website is now up and running at 🎉 🎉 🎉

It features:

- Cute illustrations drawed by @robin
- Cleaner, mobile-first design
- More accurate and accessible explanations about the project
- A brand new pod selector
- A brand new "Applications" page listing Funkwhale-compatible apps
- Internationalization-ready content, so we can translate the site in many languages!

Many thanks to testers, proof-readers, designers and everyone who helped!

Hello there!

I (@eliotberriot) have been working on the redesign of our website (currently

I'd like to have your feedback regarding this redesign, especially on the content/copy/accessibility/bugs.

The new version lives at

You can share the feedback here or on

Thank you so much for your help, boosts appreciated!

(don't mind the cat images, some illustrations are coming to replace those ;)

If you're an application developper and want to build an app on top on , did you know we maintain an interactive at ?

The most important endpoints are now documented, you can send real requests to our demo server and inspect the responses to have a better understanding of how it works!

You can even use it to interact with your own instance ;)

I've added/updated some chunks of the API documentation at

We still miss docs for a lot of endpoints, but it should at least help you to get started and start hacking :)

As shown on the videos below you can use this interactive documentation to quickly grasp how the API is structured, send real requests to the demo instance or your own instance, and get real responses from the server.

Let me introduce the brand new Network page!

It's a magical place where you can:

- Browse data about the network
- Submit your instance for inclusion in the statistics

Collected data is made available at More dashboards will come in the future, but you can already have an idea of the number of instances, active users, and the growth!

If you own an instance, simply visit to have it included :)

Show more is one server in the network