SoundSeeder takes a bunch of Android devices lying around and turns them into a poor man's sound system by syncing audio playback across all of the phones and tablets so that they pump out tunes in unison. The app hit the Play Store in two parts last year, but now everything's bundled up into a single package. Not only that, it's now ready to shed its beta tag.
As you can see in the screenshots above, this release gets the app ready for Android Lollipop. Not only are there material elements sprinkled throughout the UI, there's a new navigation bar, a landscape mode, and support for tablets. There are also 4500 online radio stations offered inside the app to take advantage of.
In addition, the team has added the ability to stream to Linux and Windows machines. To get that up and running, head over to SoundSeeder's download page.
If you're using a device running Android 4.1 or higher, you can get by with only installing the SoundSeeder Music Player app, but the previously required SoundSeeder Music Speaker app is still available in the Play Store for people running 4.0 and below. More information, as well as the complete changelog, is available at the source link below.