Breaksense, 05 Jun 2017This. I used PowerAmp. I use Play Music. Don't know why you all kiss PowerAmps a**hole... ... moreBecause it is the only one to offer non resampled music playback and true 24 bit playback, every other player resamples it to 48khz before sending it to the dac
Most of those are just third-party front end to Android media server. Poweramp and VK have own media servers which are drastically less power hungry.
When I first got an Android during the Gingerbread days, I used Mort Player, because it had a folder playback. Then as Android matured, Mort Player got lift behind in terms of UI and lack of gapless playback. At that point I switched to PowerAMP. While PowerAMP has a nicer UI and gapless playback, Mort Player still has a better folder browser. Why these music players can't have a decent folder playback option, or folder playback at all is beyond me.
Breaksense, 05 Jun 2017This. I used PowerAmp. I use Play Music. Don't know why you all kiss PowerAmps a**hole... ... moreWell, poweramp suck if you want to just look at your music player. If you actually want to listen to your musics, there are NONE of these list can match Poweramp in term of SQ.
Do any of these apps, aside from Google Music, allow you to play your music that you have purchased from Google, or have uploaded to Google?
PowerAmp and PlayerPro. the best out there. paid version of course!
Looking for music app have Hi-Res support and show Hi-Res (or HR) icon on music
baljeet268, 05 Jun 2017sony music application is the best high resolution music player.rest all are toooo behindBut only for Xperia Devices. If installed on other device, no HR icon seen.
You might also include Player Pro and Power Amp on the list. Two of most superior music players on the market.
sony music application is the best high resolution music player.rest all are toooo behind
I used PowerAmp. I use Play Music. Don't know why you all kiss PowerAmps a**hole... There are better alternatives out there and definitely nicer looking. About Play Music, well lets say it does some things in a retarded way (typical for Google). Other than that I find it satisfying. I use it with Cyanogens DSP Manager (yes that old one) and works like a charm.
Gonna try some stuff from here, no harm in exploring.
Which of these music player apps supports multiple timers to play a single track or playlist? Can the timer be set for just playing once or to repeat every hour, every day every weekday at a time the user selects? How many such timers can be set?
I tried a bunch of different apps and couldn't find anything better than PowerAMP.
Power AMP and nothing else. If you don't like the design just download a skin there are planty in Play store.
Thanks for this nice article. True, Google Play Music is pretty lame and that is why I am annoyed that more and more smartphones have it as their default music player.
Either, Google should improve the Play Music app or makers should include their another music player app . The old Android's default music player was nice and the Samsung Music app has also been an excellent solution for off-line music.