n7player Music Player Unlocker

4.4
24.9K reviews
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Everyone
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About this app

Unlocks all features for n7player 1.x and 2.x, unlocks all features from 2.x in 3.x.
Please install the n7player if you want to use it.

www.lifehacker.com review:
"n7player makes browsing your own library and finding music to listen to fun again."


Key features of the n7player:
- Unique user interface! Fully multi-touchable album covers wall
- Plays: mp3, ogg, m4a, mp4, wav, 3gp, mid, xmf, flac (3.1+), aac (3.1+), mkv (4.0+)
- 10 band EQ with presets, environmental effects, bass boost and SRS (requires 2.3+)
- Different skins
- Album art downloader
- Tag editor
- File browser with filters
- Widgets
- Lockscreen with direct unlock
- Headset support
- Shuffle/repeat features
- Last.fm scrobbling
- m3u playlist support
- Sleep timer
- Lyrics (embedded or via musicXmatch plugin)

For complete list of features please see the description of "n7player Music Player"

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Updated on
Sep 8, 2019

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4.4
24.9K reviews
A Google user
April 14, 2020
I have always went back to PowerAmp because I could not find another app as good until now. I used this app and always went back to PowerAmp but this time I do not understand why. I put the equalizer on N7 on Perfect, and it is loud, but also put normalization on Music Kevin and volume is nice and louder than PowerAmp. I think I will stay with N7. I been looking for a good normalization app to listen to my music because tired of the up and down volume of music. This works nicely for me. Plus, the after call not restarting music after is an issue that needs to be fixed with bluetooth headphones. I have it selected in settings to play music after a call ended but it stays stopped, and have to tap button on headphones to start music again. Hopefully, it gets fixed.
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A Google user
March 7, 2020
I have been using this (paid version) app for a few years now and am on my third (I think) device with it, and some of the frustrations that I've had finally came to a head today. Firstly I finally decided that I no longer want my audio books cluttering up my music space (this has annoyed me for a while) so I moved them out of my music folder on my Galaxy S9 and went looking in the play store for something else. I then discovered independent audio book apps! A bit late maybe, it's just that I never bothered looking before. So, win one for the day. Then I realized N7 wasn't listening to me and still clogging up my music player with audiobooks. Not cool as I took the time to separate them OUT of my music folder to stop that happening - so back to the play store to look for alternative music apps. Win two for the day is major. MAJOR. I discovered folder music apps! I've already tried quite a few and settled on one that seems to fit my requirements to read my music files (as I've already spent time and energy tagging) as I like. BINGO. And it's, free with no ads. It looks very basic, but what I gain in control over my files more than makes up for that. I do like the simplicity of the functionality of N7, and the visual interface is ok (would be TONS better if I could use the album covers as my default view not just temporarily as a 'pinch out' view) but the lack of control over my file tagging is a huge issue that has always annoyed TF out of me and and finally made me loose my mind today. This is especially true of compilations (the catalyst for said loosing of mind!) that I like tagged in very specific ways depending on what they are. Also, why doesn't N7 have a proper exit button to stop music playback and exit the app? That's super basic functionality that it doesn't have.
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A Google user
April 4, 2020
I don't like unlocker apps. Either make 2 separate versions, 1 free and 1 paid, or make 1 version that adapts to weather it has been unlocked or not. Unlocker apps are ugly work arounds that give users problems. The fact that the last update says: "better n7player recognition" says it all doesn't it? If it's not able to recognize the actual player app 100% of the time then it's a failed system and needs to be removed to make sure that paying users always have hassle free access.
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What's new

Latest n7player Music Player unlocker relase.

Changelog:
- added Android adaptive icon
- better n7player recognition