The no fuss media player makes it to android, a dark theme built in is a bonus. Just lacking custom output options to external DACs and confirmation output of high resolution audio files is not being downconverted (24 bit 192kHz down to redbook standard 16 bit 44.1kHz). Otherwise, this is the last app any music enthusiast ever needs for playback.
Absolutely indispensable. Doesn't charge you to access folders, recognises tags which so many eg google dont, which means the track order is not alphabetical (a monstrous habit of other programs) and will play weird formats. So glad it exists.
Love that it recognizes ogg files with multiple tags properly. However, not all my music is recognized. Not pretty or customizable. No widget. Bothered me that I couldn't play all songs in a genre bcs they didn't have a way to do that.
The best desktop app is just as functional on mobile. Able to use with my own file structure, which is essential. No garbage in the UI. Fast, responsive app. Conscientious developers.
I have one suggestion about "Start playback when plugging headphones" option. It works good, when I want make a pause. But in case when playback of album is completely finished I'm unplugging headphones for a long time. Next time I'm plugging headphones and playback starting again, but in most cases I want to change album first.
I love foobar2000 on Android and on Windows. The only problem I have on Android is that a lot of the cover art hasn't been showing up when I add music. If this were fixed, I'd change my rating to a 5.
Many many bugs fixed since the previous update.
See the forum for full list of changes. Thanks for staying with us, and a big thank you to everybody who reported bugs.
An audiophile music player with hi-res 32/64-bit audio rendering and DSP engine.