List of Software Using Digital Audio Access Protocol

This is a list of software implementing the Digital Audio Access Protocol.

Name Client Server Supports 7.0 Platform Licence
Amarok Yes Yes No Unix-like GNU General Public License (GNU GPL)
aTunes Yes No No Cross-platform: Java
Banshee Yes Yes No Unix-like MIT
daapd No Yes No Unix-like
DAAP Client Yes No No Android GNU GPL Version 3
Exaile Yes No No Unix-like GNU GPL
Firefly Client Yes No No Cross-platform: Java GNU GPL
Firefly Media Server No Yes No Cross-platform: Unix-like, Windows, Mac OS X GNU GPL
FreeNAS No Yes No Unix FreeBSD
Get It Together Yes Yes No Cross-platform: Java
iTunes Yes Yes Yes Cross-platform: Mac OS X; Windows 2000, XP Proprietary free of charge
LimeWire No Yes No Cross-platform: Java Nagware, and GNU GPL
OurTunes Yes No Yes Cross-platform: Java Open source
Rhythmbox Yes Yes No Unix-like GNU GPL
Roku SoundBridge Yes No Yes Hardware device, dedicated Hardware
Songbird Yes No No Cross-platform: Unix-like, Windows, Mac OS X GNU GPL with restrictions, add-ons are proprietary and "are licensed, not sold"
Spydaap No Yes No Unix-like GNU GPL
Tangerine No Yes No Cross-platform: Mono
TunesBrowser Yes No No Unix-like
WiFiTunes Yes No No Pocket PC 2003, 2003 SE, Windows Mobile 5
XBMC Yes No No Cross-platform: Xbox, Windows, Mac OS X 10.5 x86, Unix-like GNU GPL
xmms2 Yes No No Unix-like GNU GPL
dmapd No Yes No Unix-like GNU GPL
DIAMS No Yes Yes Android
GiaS No Yes Yes Android

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