So far the best It has the absolute best music playing capabilities in any music app I have ever seen. 4 stars only because of the ui, which is buggy and not well thought out. But the app and functionality is revolutionary in android, on par with winamp when it first came out.
Dated Buffers alot, ui/interface is horrid, list play, amp not config to limit (blowup eardrums). This was nice then but now it needs alot of work.
This app does the business. It can play your music from a variety of sources including SMB and DLNA/UPnP. It plays this gaplessly by default, and the implementation of this gaplessness is excellent. Having wasted a week wrestling with the appalling UI of Neutron, ArmAmp is a breath of fresh air - it is easier to use than I had thought and doesn't require many brain cells to get music queued up and subsequently to add more or remove some, nor to create playlists. The author was very much on the ball when I asked some stupid questions and very responsive. Great product and well worth the couple of quid.
Small file size, BIG sound.. It's light weight, simple to use and has a rich Hifi output. Armamp is the best when running it along with other apps (such as Kindle for reading...) Enjoy!
Great player I have tried a lot of players and this is the only one I have kept. The eq gives you complete control and the programme is easy to use. One major bug that appears to affect all my devices, after I paid to remove the ads if the Bluetooth speaker is lost it runs the device hot and uses up the battery even though it is set to pause on this event.
Ugly UI Please make the browse, equalizer, shuffle and repeat buttons Be a slide out window. Edit: I guess if you touch the divider it hides the buttons.
- added a timer
- added shortcuts to common folders
- file selection available also from the menu
- improved compatibility with android 5.0
- minor widget changes
- updated dropbox library
- workarounds for few android bugs
Free music player with equalizer, adjustable interface and playback from folders