Nativ Vita Hi-Res Music Server gets better with refreshed Android and iOS apps.

“Nativ has launched remote control apps for its popular Nativ Vita Hi-Res Music Server. The newly refreshed app is currently available on both Android and iOS platforms. The aim of the app is to provide convenient control and playback functionality directly from the smartphone or tablet.

Commenting on the development, Michael Li, CEO, and Co-Founder of Nativ disclosed that the Nativ Vita features a large 11.6-inch touch-enabled display with an innovative user interface. It is also possible to access the content on TV via the HDMI interface. With the help of the new apps, you will be able to navigate and explore music content directly from your Android or iOS smartphone or tablet.

The Nativ Vita Music Server can be controlled via native apps available through Google Play Store and Apple App Store. The app is designed to replicate the UI experience from the music player. You can also make use of UPnP/DLNA applications such as BubbleUPnP (Android) and 8Player (iOS) to explore music via Nativ Vita.

It is also possible to manage the Nativ music system with the help of ROON’s remote apps for Android and iOS in addition to streaming apps such as Spotify, Tidal, Pandora, and TuneIn. Nativ Vita is currently available via both online and through authorized resellers starting at $1599.”