An Android material themed webclient for the Mopidy music server
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A Mopidy web client with an Android Material design feel.

This is a stripped down and slightly tarted up web front end for my own personal use and a few people I make retro radios into streaming music players for.

You won't see the wealth of settings that the brilliant Mopidy Websettings gives you because this was created for people with pre-installed systems who won't be making that level of change. Maybe I'll add in some meta settings to say which settings are accessible in a later update!


Install by running:

pip install configobj

pip install Mopidy-Material-Webclient

NOTE: The current pip package does not include a dependency on configobj and needs to be installed separately


Before starting Mopidy, you must add configuration for Mopidy-Material-Webclient to your Mopidy configuration file:

    enabled = true
    config_file = /etc/mopidy/mopidy.conf

Project resources


  • Mopidy music server which this is only a web front end for
  • A lot of the original code from the Pi Musicbox for settings and the orginal SD image I worked from



  • Added missing files to the pypi distribution


  • Reworked searching from the library
  • Playing a track now inserts it into the current queue then plays it
  • Clear queue function
  • Lots of cleanup and linting of scripts


  • Initial release.
  • Lots of unnecessary files still in there from Bower, I'll add Grunt at some point to strip out the minified versions.
  • About and restart don't work at all from the System menu
  • Search produces results but you can't do anything with them. I'm not happy with any of the search mechanic at the moment - so expect to see that entirely revamped.
  • Playlist support is really basic, just saving the current queue as a new playlist