Over the last few months, we’ve moved to a more regular release schedule, with updates going live roughly every two weeks.
During that time we’ve closed out a huge number of issues based on feedback from the community, but we’ve been tracking a pair of new issues since our most recent release – one related to a memory leak and one related to recent Remote/Core connectivity changes.
We believe these issues have caused performance degradation for many Roon users over the last two weeks, and we believe today’s release addresses both of these issues.
This week’s release also addresses crashes reported when navigating to the settings screen, inactive play buttons on certain TIDAL / Qobuz playlists, and missing search results when Roon is running on some Windows machines. Please install this update at your earliest convenience and be sure to let us know if you encounter any issues.
As always, we thank you for your continued support.
-The Team at Roon Labs
Roon Build 970 is now rolling out for macOS, Windows, Windows (64 Bit), Roon OS, and Linux.
Updated versions of Roon for Android and iOS have been submitted to their respective App Stores and will be available soon.
No update to Roon Bridge this time
All platforms and apps should update automatically.
- Resolved a possible memory leak appearing during audio analysis
- Resolved a possible memory leak in the connection management mechanism
- Resolved an issue of remote slowdown after a certain period of time that could end up with a UI freeze
- Resolved a crash resulting from clicking on a mapped genre name on album details
- Resolved a crash that might occur in an attempt to open the Settings page
- Resolved an issue where TIDAL / Qobuz playlist could end up with an inactive play button
- Resolved an issue where Roon wouldn’t return search results on certain Windows machines
- Additional bugfixes and stability improvements