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Jellyfin Mobile

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Jellyfin Mobile is a mobile app built with Expo primarily targeting iOS devices. We welcome all contributions and pull requests! If you have a larger feature in mind please open an issue so we can discuss the implementation before you start. We use GitHub Projects as a general roadmap for releases.

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Build Process

Getting Started

  1. Clone or download this repository.
    git clone https://github.com/jellyfin/jellyfin-expo.git
    cd jellyfin-expo
  2. Install build dependencies using npm in the project directory.
    npm install
  3. Start the build tools.
    npm start
  4. Follow the directions in the terminal or browser window to open on a device or emulator.

FAQ

What is the difference between this and other Jellyfin app projects?

  • This app (Jellyfin Mobile) is a web wrapper based on Expo with some native enhancements. It is available on the App Store for iPhone and iPad.
  • Jellyfin Player iOS is a newer effort to create a media playback app in native Swift. It is a work in progress and currently only supports media playback. This project has been archived as there was no interest for maintaining it.
  • Jellyfin React Client is an early project to create a single multiplatform app based on React Native. This project has been archived as we have changed direction to utilize native web wrappers on most platforms.