DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY. Hugely disappointing app. Not only is it massively overpriced, they also have the nerve to request a payment of 99p annually to fully access the app you have already paid just under 6 POUNDS For. On top of this, they don't even have features that you could get with some free apps. I would suggest shuttle or poweramp as an alternative.
No music player or manager app comes close. The themes are stellar, and they come in a variety of colors and layouts. The menu tabs, album art, and song data are easily managed through the settings. The best feature, and the reason I think it's worth donating to the developer for, is the fully customizable equalizer. It enhances the music if used properly. One gripe would have to be the additional fee for cloud features, but it doesn't take away from the value of this app.
Great app, one big with playlists I LOVE Rocket Player and use it as my primary player. I would give it 5 stars if it weren't for a bug that has plagued it regarding playlists. I can open a playlist and spend time rearranging all of the songs (including multiple entries of the same song) and Rocket Player won't remember what I did! Extremely frustrating. Please fix this HUGE bug, let me know when you do, and I will give you Five Stars!
I like the app, it's lightweight and functional, which is pretty much all I care about. There's a couple of things I might recommend. First, I'm using a rooted tab 4, but it throws a message that it's not possible to change files on the SD csrd in this version of Android anyway and the link for that message 404s. Second, it sometimes chokes on m4a files - considering it's a semiobscure format, it might be worth either checking that out or just adding an option to ignore it in playlists. And finally, a feature recommendation, maybe add visual glitter for the music, even if it's something basic like a spectrum analyzer or oscilloscope. Other than that, it's a pretty great little app.
This is a fantastic media database application with some inspiration taken from iTunes, which is not a bad thing at all in my eyes. Play counts are accurately recorded and updated in iTunes, as are playlist when used in conjunction with their iSyncr tool. The full host of options and settings too welcome for those audio enthusiasts. A fantastic application I have to say! That said, I wish the options menu was a little more intuitively laid out. There are a few repeated options throughout the menus too. Perhaps a reorganisation of the settings is in order. Otherwise great app!
Love it, I finally found a music app that understands the word shuffle, and lets me go back to a song if I skipped it accidentally. It's really easy to use and was worth the $4 to play my WMA files too. Only problem is playback while hooked up to my Bluetooth devices. If I get a text or some other sound notification it stops playing and disappears from my quick pull down menu, so I have to go in the app and mash the play/pause button a few times for it to restart, and then it happens again 20 seconds later with the next text. I would love to see this fixed because I really love this app!
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