USB Audio Player PRO

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About this app

High quality media player supporting USB audio DACs and HiRes audio chips found in the latest phones. Play up to any resolution and sample rate that the DAC supports! All popular and less popular formats are supported (beyond the formats that Android supports), including wav, flac, mp3, m4a, wavpack, SACD ISO, MQA and DSD.

This app is a must-have for every audiophile, bypassing all audio limits of Android. Whether you use our custom developed USB audio driver for USB DACs, our HiRes driver for internal audio chips or the standard Android driver, this app is one of the highest quality media players around.

Since version 5, the app now includes a MQA Core Decoder (in-app purchase required). MQA (Master Quality Authenticated) is an award-winning British technology that delivers the sound of the original master recording. The master MQA file is fully authenticated and is small enough to stream or download, while also being backward compatible. The TIDAL streaming service supported by USB Audio Player PRO features many tracks in MQA and offers a great opportunity to experience MQA.

The MQA decoder will unfold the MQA stream from 44.1/48kHz to 88.2/96 kHz and can also be combined with USB DACs that feature a MQA renderer (e.g. AudioQuest DragonFly / iFi) for further unfolding to even higher sample rates.
Please visit for more information about MQA and to read more about MQA inside the app.

• Plays wav/flac/ogg/mp3/MQA/DSD/SACD ISO/aiff/aac/m4a/ape/cue/wv/etc. files
• Supports almost all USB audio DACs
• Plays natively up to 32-bit/768kHz or any other rate/resolution your USB DAC supports by completely bypassing the Android audio system. Other Android players are limited to 16-bit/48kHz.
• Utilizes HiRes audio chips found on many phones (LG V series, Samsung, OnePlus, Sony, Nokia, DAPs etc.) to play HiRes audio at 24-bit without resampling! Bypasses the Android resampling limits!
• Free MQA decoding and rendering on the LG V30/V35/V40/V50/G7/G8 (not G8X)
• DoP, native DSD and DSD-to-PCM conversion
• Toneboosters MorphIt Mobile: improve the quality of your headphones and simulate over 700 headphone models (in-app purchase required)
• Folder playback
• Play from a UPnP/DLNA file server
• UPnP media renderer and content server
• Network playback (SambaV1/V2, FTP, WebDAV)
• Stream audio from TIDAL (HiRes FLAC and MQA), Qobuz and Shoutcast
• Gapless playback
• Bit perfect playback
• Replay gain
• Synchronized lyrics display
• Sample rate conversion (if your DAC doesn't support the audio file's sample rate, it will be converted to a higher sample rate if available or the highest if not available)
• 10-band equalizer
• Software and hardware volume control (when applicable)
• Upsampling (optional)
• scrobbling
• Android Auto
• No root required!

In-app purchases:
* Advanced parametric EQ from effect vendor ToneBoosters (around €1.99)
* MorphIt headphones simulator (around €3.29)
* MQA Core decoder (around €3.49)
* Feature pack containing UPnP control client (stream to a UPnP renderer on another device), stream from Dropbox and add tracks from a UPnP file server or Dropbox to the Library

Warning: this is not a generic system-wide driver, you can only playback from within this app like any other player.

Please have a look here for a list of tested devices and more information on how to connect a USB audio device:

For more information on our HiRes driver and compatibility list:

Please contact us by email at to report any issues so we can solve them quickly!

Updated on
16 May 2024

Data safety

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No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

11.8K reviews
Michael Manzanares
3 May 2024
This is definitely my favorite music player ever. It has only improved vastly over the years, and shows no sign of stopping. I use it with Tidal, since my phone doesn't have much storage for offline flacs.. Sounds great with my hd650s! If I had to nit pick.. I've found that contacting the developer or going to the online forums the best way to get/give help and suggestions. Definitely worth the money to me!
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John Hansen
1 May 2024
Very power hungry semi-buggy app. PowerAmp draws far less power and is also audibly transparent. It's amazing how quickly the power bar drops when using this just for the internal Dac/amp of every device I've ever used it in for no audible gain over other music players. I have been A/B-ing it again recently, and no benefit, plus it crashes and just sucks down power even at low volumes.
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Zachary Butler Jr
4 May 2024
Keeps giving me decode errors on music streamed through TIDAL. The songs will start playing then all of a sudden they cut off. Before they stop playing the app will say decode error and that the file may be corrupt. If I play on the actual TIDAL app the songs play in their entirety without any issue's. I brought the issue's to their attention and they were quick to reply and work on a fix the issue's. I recommend this player 100x over! Thanks Davy!
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What's new

* Solved an issue where certain radio streams could not be played anymore since 7026.
* Added a warning when 'All files access' for 'External storage' has been disabled, which causes that album art from jpg's cannot be read anymore.
* Solved issue with a language change for Library Tabs preference.
* Solved a rare race condition where selecting a track in a folder where also a cue or m3u file was present would not start playback.
* Improved meta data reading from radio streams.