While a lot of Media Streamers have dedicated apps for navigating your music library as well as queueing up playlists - some leave a little, or a lot to be desired.
Simply launch BubbleUPNP and tap the top left menu icon and you'll get a list of sources and destinations.
Choose Your Output
By tapping on 'Local Renderer' it should now populate a list of all the available devices on the network that are able to be 'streamed' to. Select which device you want to play to (We will be choosing the Cocktail Audio X30 here.)
Choose Your Music Location
This will be a list of all 'Media Servers' on your network. If you haven't set up a media server yet, this may appear empty. If that's the case you will need to set one up. (This can work on any PC, Mac or NAS).
Choose What To Play
We now follow the Media Server's directory structure. These are almost always the same and will sort the music into;
And from there you can choose the specifics.
And there we have it. The rest is fairly self explanatory, but this is a really nice and easy to use app which works on a variety of different devices, helping unify things or give you some control if there isn't a dedicated platform.
The basic version is free, however the full version only sets you back a little over $6.