My Mum suffered a brain injury in a traffic accident a while back & so has limited cognitive & motor skills. I'd like to set up a method of MP3 playback that she can manage herself. It doesn't really matter how this is achieved with the exception of a DLNA server, as that's just more complication & consuming very limited space. The main requirement is for a simple, large, easily understood interface. Something like Apple's Coverflow would be ideal where she can just browse cover art, but for some reason they killed that. Ideally the device app could be set to default to this browse mode. Dozens of micro icons & a million settings are definitely out. Everything I've looked at so far is either too basic (folder/filename) or much too complex (I use PowerAmp). She already has an iPad Mini but of course the limited memory & lack of SD support makes it pretty much useless as a source. But it could be used as a controller with an appropriate app. So options seem to be: Dedicated MP3 player with large screen & Bluetooth. Android app with content stored on device. iOS app controlling an external player. All-in-one device with USB playback with either a large inbuilt screen or a nice simple app. Something else I haven't thought of! Anyone done something similar?