Lacks an "audio buffer" setting. Occasionally skips a beat during playback. A friend of mine had this issue with Music Visualizer, and got PowerAmp and had this same issue. After adjusting the audio buffer PowerAmp worked perfectly. If it weren't for that small defect, this would be perfect. You guys should take a page from PowerAmp and do this. Despite this small shortcoming, this is the only player I use on my Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0.
Working properly This is the only proper music visualizer.. Good in interpreting low, med, high sound. Bass at very left of bars (simple bar & digital bar).. I've been trying other visualizer but it was kind of giving me fake visualization since when the bass came out. There was nothing really stand out
Was a great app on my samsung s5 for calming down my disabled son. Just got the s7 and most of the visuals dont work any more if you can fix it itll be 5 stars again
Great app with more features than you'd expect Actually, the music visualizer doesn't really have very impressive visualizers (although, I couldn't find any that were better, in the app store; for free) - I just use the standard "digital equalizer" visualizer. It's the other features that stand out. There is a pretty advanced equalizer that is really great: adjust bass boost, virtualizer, loudness enhancer, and frequency balance. Also, along with a proper IDv3 tag recognition is a good playlist setup, complete with a decent artist/album/song organizer.
Very good but still have bugs. I have a Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini that runs on 4.2.2. The app runs perfectly when you only play .wav format. Both music player and the visual wallpaper work perfectly. One best features of this music player is, the audio coming from .wav format plays in full CD quality. That is just using the default system equalizer. The downside of this music player is just with playing MP3 and ACC formats. The visualizer is unstable, it sometimes work and sometimes not. The shuffle goes awkward as well. The troubleshooting provided by the developer doesn't work. I prefer .wav and I import my CDs to .wav due to I want to hear them in CD quality on my phone. But I still have music from iTunes and I want the player to work perfectly on all formats. Please fix the bug and I'll give you 5 stars. Thanks for creating this wonderful app.
Most responsive and "musically synced-up" app I've tried so far! Still has around a 10-20ms lag from source, but most people won't notice it. Using Google Play Music on a Galaxy Alpha. Have seen small bugs with track info/cover art, but restarting the app fixed it every time. I would love to see more features and visualizations come to this app!
- Added Tasker plugin support
(Settings -> Misc. -> Tasker)
- Small bug fixes