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Discussion in 'Android Applications Discussions' started by kingsway8605, Mar 3, 2011.
What is your go to music app and why?
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PowerAmp. Its the best featured music app.
Captain, I'm testing Power Amp out. I like it because you can create playlists within the app, but I can't access the two I created. Can you help? How do you access playlists you created in the app. I've looked at all of the documentation etc. Emailed the developer and he had not responded yet. Please help! Other than that I love it!
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Have you guys tried 3 by filipe abrantes. The only reason I mention the devs name is i dont think you can just search 3
winamp recently released their app, I'm liking it so far. Very clean design
Are there any music apps that let you skip songs with the volume buttons?
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PowerAmp, hands down, period.
Why? Fully working fully functional EQ. Also, it saves custom EQs and has a profile option to automatically switch to a specified preset based on hardware connect, bluetooth connect, etc. This is key: I use my Droid both on my car stereo and bluetooth headphones. On the BT headphones, I need a bit more preamp to get the volume up. On the car stereo (using headphone connection), I need less preamp and a bit less bass (stereo already boosts bass enough). So with profiles and custom EQs set, this changes automatically when I switch between the two! Just awesome.
Also PowerAmp supports FLAC and other file types... but also supports the normal "library" mode. For playlists, I just drop m3u files into the main music folder, and Poweramp picks those up.
It also has a nice interface, and more stuff I'm not even mentioning. I haven't tried Winamp, but I can't imagine how it could possibly be better.
Not aware of that, but if you use a Simply Stunning rom (there's one for Droid X), that feature is built in.
I use poweramp mainly for the equalizer. I play my phones music through my cars stereo via bluetooth and without poweramps eq it sounds awful.
i liked using the honeycomb music player
you can find it over here at the xda site Android 3.0 Honeycomb Music Player - xda-developers