Community Apps

Browse our large and growing catalog of applications to run in your Unraid server. 

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Self-hosted audiobook and podcast server and web app. Supports multi-user w/ permissions and keeps progress in sync across devices. Free & open source mobile apps. Consider contributing by posting feedback, suggestions, feature requests on github or the forums.

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Booksonic-air(http://booksonic.org) is a platform for accessing the audiobooks you own wherever you are. At the moment the platform consists of: Booksonic Air - A server for streaming your audiobooks, successor to the original Booksonic server and based on Airsonic. Booksonic App - An DSub based Android app for connection to Booksonic-Air servers.

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Compressarr

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Compressarr is an application to take a filtered set of media from Radarr or (eventually) Sonarr and process it with customisable FFmpeg presets. It will even attempt to find the best settings for each video. The default version is the Alpine version supporting limited Intel hardware support. For Nvidia Cuda encoding use the Nvidia (tag) version which is 1.4GB using the Ubuntu Core.

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FileBot is the ultimate tool for organizing and renaming your movies, tv shows or anime, and music well as downloading subtitles and artwork. It's smart and just works. The GUI of the application is accessed through a modern web browser (no installation or configuration needed on the client side) or via any VNC client. Also, being based on Alpine Linux, size of this container is very small. For a complete documentation of this container, see https://github.com/jlesage/docker-filebot#readme

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FPP---Falcon-Player beta

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The Falcon Player (FPP) is a lightweight, optimized, feature-rich sequence player designed to run on low-cost Single Board Computers (SBC). It was originally created to run on the $35 Raspberry Pi, hence the middle 'P' in the short name but now the FPP supports many more systems. It is still mostly commonly used on a Raspberry Pi (Zero, 2, 3, 4) or a Beagle Bone (Black, Green, Pocket). The FPP shorthand is still used but it is now just called Falcon Player. FPP aims to be controller agnostic, it can talk E1.31, DDP, DMX, Pixelnet, and Renard to hardware from multiple hardware vendors. Using various capes, FPP can also be a controller on P5 and P10 Matrixes, or strings of ws2811 pixels.

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gPodder is a simple, open source podcast client written in Python using GTK+. In development since 2005 with a proven, mature codebase.
 
 Configuration: 
 /config - Location of gPodder persistent config. 
 /downloads - Location of downloads. 
 PUID - set UserID 
 PGID - set GroupID 
 3000 - WebUI access 
 PASSWORD for setting a password for the gPodder WebUI #optional 

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Grocy(https://github.com/grocy/grocy) is an ERP system for your kitchen! Cut down on food waste, and manage your chores with this brilliant utility. Keep track of your purchases, how much food you are wasting, what chores need doing and what batteries need charging with this proudly Open Source tool For more information on grocy visit their website and check it out: https://grocy.info

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Kapowarr allows you to build a digital library of comics. You can add volumes, map them to a folder and start managing! Download issues of the volume (or TPB's), rename them and move them. The whole process is automised and is all customisable in the settings.

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Kitana exposes your Plex plugin interfaces "to the outside world". It does that by authenticating against Plex.TV, then connecting to the Plex Media Server you tell it to, and essentially proxying the plugin UI. It has full PMS connection awareness and allows you to connect locally, remotely, or even via relay. To set the baseurl for this application, open advanced view, and add -p /kitana -P to the "Post Arguments"

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Collection manager to keep track of collections of any kind like games, books, DVDs, stamps, etc... As Koillection is meant to be used for any kind of collections, it doesn't support automatic download of metadata, but offer the possibility to add your own metadata freely.

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A simple web service that generates a meme image given text and an image URL. -URL parameters: image: URL of the image top: text to add at the top of the image bottom: text to add at the bottom of the image -Syntax: memegen.example/?top=Top Text&bottom=Bottom Text&image=http://url.of/your/image.jpg

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This is an app that helps you and your friends pick a movie to watch from a Plex server. MovieMatch connects to your Plex server and gets a list of movies (from any libraries marked as a movie library). As many people as you want connect to your MovieMatch server and get a list of shuffled movies. If two (or more) people swipe right on the same movie, it'll show up in everyone's matches. The movies that the most people swiped right on will show up first.

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WireGuard VPN, Privoxy and Unbound built-in! Statistics app for usenet indexers iirc. Wait, no, "Usenet meta search" said Google search.

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Nzbhydra2(https://github.com/theotherp/nzbhydra2) is a meta search application for NZB indexers, the "spiritual successor" to NZBmegasearcH, and an evolution of the original application NZBHydra(https://github.com/theotherp/nzbhydra). It provides easy access to a number of raw and newznab based indexers. The application NZBHydra 2 is replacing NZBHydra 1 and supports migrating from V1. Be wary that there may be some compatibility issues for those migrating from V1 to V2, so ensure you back up your old configuration before moving over to the new version. NOTE: The last version that supports migration is linuxserver/nzbhydra2:v2.10.2-ls49

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Ombi is a self-hosted web application that automatically gives your shared Emby/Jellyfin/Plex users the ability to request content by themselves! Ombi can be linked to multiple TV Show and Movie DVR tools to create a seamless end-to-end experience for your users. Update: The container will check on every start/restart if there is a newer version available (you can also choose between stabel and develop version - keep in mind that switching from a stable to a develop version and vice versa will/can break the container).