BRIO sets up your online music library as follows:
1. BRIO Desktop
BRIO desktop app scans/watches audio (only) files in your PC and attached storage devices.
(Note: Standard Plan supports FLAC, ALAC, WAV, AIFF, DSD and MP3. Due to licensing considerations, AAC is supported only in Mobile/Cloud Plans).
All supported-audio files are found under Library - by Albums, Tracks, Artists, Genres. User-created playlists are also under Library. Access to all supported-audio files are also found under Locations - by Local Drives, FTP and UPnP Media Servers (if available).
BRIO desktop app scans speakers that are attached to your PC. Available output devices are found under Settings. If there are networked-connected devices, they are also found under Settings. [BRIO audio player connects to SONOS, Chromecast and uPnP-networked systems].
2. BRIO on Browser
With BRIO desktop app running your online music library, you can now login your account and connect to your BRIO online library using web browsers (log in at http://www.orastream.com/brio). You can use the browser as a music player by streaming from your music library or as a remote controller to control your music library (in BRIO desktop app) for local playback.
3. BRIO on Mobile
With BRIO desktop app runnng your online music library, you can now login to your account and connect to your BRIO online library using a BRIO Mobile app (available for iOS/Android devices). You can use BRIO Mobile as a music player by streaming from your music library or as a remote controller to control your music library (in BRIO desktop app) for local playback.
Note: The remote controller controls your music library and connected music services in BRIO desktop app.
To get BRIO Mobile, you would need to pay S$40 for an annual license (subscription).