Yes, Screenly supports the Raspberry Pi 4.
Please find the latest disk image for the Raspberry Pi 4 linked here.
Please find the Raspberry Pi 4 MD5 file linked here.
Please note that this disk image is only compatible with Raspberry Pi 4 devices with at least 2GB of RAM.
- The resolution is currently hardcoded to 1080p (4k support will be added later).
- Dual displays are not officially supported at this time (no ETA).
If you are looking for more information on running OSE (free) on the Pi 4, please check on the GitHub page https://github.com/Screenly/screenly-ose/issues for the latest information. Please note that we do not provide support for OSE, so it is always best to ask questions related to this on one of the OSE support platforms.