Play your own music,
directly from the cloud.

Easily play back the music that is stored on your cloud service, directly in your browser or on your phone. Whether you are at work or on holiday, your own music collection always travels with you.

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A music streaming service for your own music.

System

Simply upload your music to a cloud service of your choice and connect it to Astiga.
No matter whether you use Google Drive, Dropbox, WebDAV or your own media server.

Supports (nearly) everything.

Astiga supports a plethora of cloud storage services, including Google Drive, OneDrive (for Business), Dropbox, MEGA, Amazon S3, Backblaze B2, FTP(S), WebDAV (like ownCloud, Yandex, Synology) and SFTP. If it exists, it is probably supported. Additionally, Astiga also acts as a Subsonic server, allowing you to use Astiga with Subsonic apps for Android, iOS, Windows Phone, Windows, macOS, Linux and more.

Features

Subsonic compatible

Take Astiga with you wherever you go. Astiga works with (nearly) every app that supports Subsonic, like the Subsonic app, substreamer and DSub.

Library support

Generate your music library, allowing you to easily access your albums, artists and genres. Searching is supported as well.

Mix playlists

No need to restrict yourself to one cloud provider; you can easily mix audio from multiple sources and save them to playlists.

Works with LastFM

Scrobble all the music you listen to to your LastFM account. Setting it up is just a press of a button.

Works in all modern browsers

WAV, MP3, AAC, OGG, WebM, ALAC and FLAC are supported all supported in Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Opera and Safari.

Frequently asked questions

Astiga is totally free, you only have to pay €4/month to remove the three day waiting period for syncing your music library, and to enable automatic synchronisation. This is limited by default to reduce server load, so it can remain free for as many people as possible.
Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, MEGA, Amazon S3, 4Shared, Box.net, CloudMe, iDriveSync, MyDrive, OpenDrive, ownCloud, pCloud, Pydio, Storage Made Easy, Strato HiDrive, Synology NASes, Yandex, and many more. If they support either WebDAV, FTP(S) or SFTP, it will probably work.
You totally can! There is an Astiga android app, the Astiga website works on Android and iOS, and you can use one of the many apps that support Subsonic servers, like Subsonic, DSub, iSub, SuperSonic and many more
Astiga focuses on making your own music library available to you everywhere. Astiga does not host any music, but uses your own cloud storage to bring your own music to you, wherever you are. It offers the convenience of a music streaming service, while keeping you in control of your music.
Yes you can. However, Google Play Music has a 50.000 song limit, plus it converts all your music to MP3 with 320kbps. Apple Music has a 100.000 song limit, requires you to use iCloud and has no web player. With Astiga, you stay in full control of your music. We do not limit the quality or quantity of your music; it will be played back the way you provide it.

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