I'm having trouble installing the app!
If you’re having trouble installing, do note that Chrome ships with a different version of Flash. Try installing it through Safari instead, and make sure your Safari has cookies turned on (Safari > Preferences > Security> Accept Cookies: Always).
What if my installation of the app won't auto-update?
If your installation won't auto update, check your ~/Library/Internet Plugins folder to see if 'ClickToFlash.webplugin' is there — it comes with its own version of Sparkle (which we use for auto-updating), which seems to be conflicting with Rdio's version of Sparkle. To work around this, update to 1.6b9 of the plugin here, or try (temporarily) moving ClickToFlash somewhere else, and restarting Rdio for Mac.
Some of the album art isn't loading correctly, what do I do?
If you believe any album art has loaded incorrectly, you can try deleting the folder that local album art is cached in ~/Library/Application Support/Rdio/AlbumArtCache/ and then restarting Rdio.
What if the app is crashing?
While we don't anticipate this happening, Console logs will help us investigate the problem. Launch the Console app (Applications/Utilities/Console.app) and filter for "com.rdio.desktop," then paste the results into an email to us, along with details on what you're seeing, and we'll take a look.
What if my Play/Pause buttons aren't working?
Check and see if you have CoverSutra, or any other app that also interacts with your keyboard's Play/Pause/Next/Previous buttons. To test, deactivate the app and see if Rdio's buttons start working.