LiquidPlayer Pro 3D visualizer

3.7
881 reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

LiquidPlayer ™is a Music Player with powerful equalizer, a song identifier, Material skins, Chromecast-enabled, radio streams, 3D music visualizer and much more ...

Discover music from millions of free songs.


★ Minimalist Design ★

Stylish, Material Ready
Guided by the new Android Design, Adjusted to match the overall Material style.
We looked at every possible detail to ensure the best looking , yet efficient music player.
No More "Images" : Almost every Button, gradient, background and image is dynamically generated at run-time. You get the best pixel quality for your device !.


★ Powerful Sound effects ★

adjust your audio quality with our own crafted equalizer, bass and treble effect, as well as our hall and reverb ones.
mix your mp3 and couple it with our DVC dynamic volume control


★ Real-time Visuals ★

Your device is a beast, why not take advantage of it?
LiquidPlayer dynamically analyses the music for you, detects onsets, and generates skillfully trimmed 3D visuals.

Our beat detection system is based on the most advanced music analysis algorithm.
3D visuals are based on the latest OpenGL techniques : we do the shaders, the transitions, the effects, you lay down and relax.
When combined with dynamic textures (each cover generates different visual), we guaranty you a lot of fun.
coupled with a Chromecast device, turn your TV to a real dance floor.


★ Enjoy Radios from all over the world ★

tunein to 50k+ live Radios categorized for you.
Our Live stream Buffering system ensure you high quality radios with no hops. On top of that our DRC (dynamic reconnect system) will reconnect automatically in case of network failure. Just enjoy your mix.

Ok, what if you want to save that mix?.
you got it ,we already thought of it. You can record your live music on the fly, just press that button .

And what about Tagging ?
LiquidPlayer automatically Tags your songs, downloads the appropriate Cover art, and let you save the proper Lyric as well as the Artist information in your preferred language .*


★ Info ★

• Support the Most Popular Music File Formats : mp3 , wav , pcm , aac , aac+ , aac64 , ogg , ...
• supports offline music
• play songs in shuffle, repeat & order
• Perfect workout music app
• Powerful search - search quickly by songs, artist, album etc
• Folder support - play song by folder
• Built-in Audio Tag editor support
• Chromecast-enabled
• Mixing Mode with customisable mixing time
• Automatic volume control
• Auto Tagging
• Lyrics and Artist information fetcher
• Bass / Treble Effects
• 5 bands Equalizer and 10 Presets
• Support Reverberation Effect
• Plays and records Live streams
• Real time 3D Visuals with beautiful transitions
• Headset controls
• Multi language support **
• Sleep Mode
• 32 bit and 64 bit support
• Widget Support
• and much more


Discover the ultimate Chromecast-enabled music and radio player for you android device

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Feb 20, 2022

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3.7
881 reviews
Adam O
January 12, 2022
There could be a lot of room for User Interface and functional improvement. Let's go through the list. 1. When sorting by artist it just splats all songs by that artist with no respect to the musical organization - in particular album. I would expect when I pick for example Artist Alpha that I would get all of Alpha's albums, then songs, under that. Instead It's Artist and ALL their songs mixed together no sort whatsoever I can tell. If I go to Album view I have to remember the exact title of the album by Artist Alpha. God forbid if there is the same name of an album, by different artists. 2. There needs to be a dedicated home or back button. With Android 11 (what I have on my phone not having a back button.) I find it's hard with the interface to get back to the main screen. 3. Where is the random file button? I had used another music player PI Music Player, and at the bottom right is the random button. This in the place of wherever you are at. For instance if in an album folder, it does the whole album folder, picking a song at random in that album. If you're on ALL songs, it randomly picks from ALL songs no matter the artist or folder. 4. When Song is Paused you cannot seek forward or backwards to a time in an audio file you want to get to. You have to do it WHILE it is playing. 5. Folder view is messed up. How under the TOP LEVEL folder view do I have individual mp3's showing up that I KNOW are sorted into folders under the top level? 6. The volume up and down is a little confusing, because while it appears you rotate your finger clockwise or counter-clockwise to raise and lower the volume, if you swipe up or down on the right side it does this also, but seemingly backwards, if you're swiping UP, the volume level goes DOWN, and swipe DOWN the volume level goes UP. I tried NOT to just pick apart the app, but these are glaring problems that could be corrected and made to make a decent player.
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Seth Stout
May 29, 2020
This is not the worst media player app I have used. To it's credit Liquid Player has a lot of very deep options for media management/tagging playlists etc. Where it sort of stumbles is in the sound quality, specifically the equalizer. I'm a little tired of this (seemingly) same EQ code numerous developers implement. I've tested dozens of players since I started using Android 10 years ago. There is some sort of audio compression that happens as you turn the lower mid/bass frequencies higher. Yes the bass gets louder, but as it does the overall volume DECREASES talk about a buzzkill!. Im sorry but Slayer just doesn't sound the same at lower volumes; it's frustrating to say the least. My other criticism is I was not able to intuitively navigate to local music files on my SD card. If thats an option, I couldn't find it before I became uninterested. Perhaps this app is better suited for talk radio/podcasts?
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microbuilderz
May 29, 2020
Unfortunately no Android device supports the hardware option to handle the eq, if we don't lower the volume while equalizing, the audio will be distorted. Btw, the code is not the same. It's our own c implementation. Thanks for your review.
Memory Thief
July 20, 2020
So, very interesting idea, I like where is going, however the lack of midi support with the visualisers is a let down; it would be much easier to visualize midi then streaming audio, and with sf2 support, you could really have something here, especially if you can have the visuals do their thing for and during ringtones when you get called... Otherwise I'm not sure about the player as more then novel for a limited use case, like at a rave. Edit: sf2 is a soundfont file for use with midi format.
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microbuilderz
May 28, 2020
Thanks for your review, what do you mean with sf2

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