Managing music playlists with Androids stock music application isn't very convenient. My Playlist Maker enables you to manage your folder-organized music collection easily. You can generate separate playlists for each directory containing music files - just by pressing one simple button.
Attention: The stock music player app of older Samsung devices (Galaxy S 1 for example) seems to be incompatible with M3U-playlists!
AndroidWorld.it: "Simple and efficient"
Donate Version ad-free now available on Google Play: search Playlist Organizer ADfree!
Make order in your music! Tired to search songs everywhere? Tired to manually create playlists? This App helps you to create the new playlists from your folder. Organize your music as you want and choose one or more folder to create automatically your new playlist! Order your new playlist as you want: for example newest-oldest or alphabetical order. Moreover, if a folder contains a music album you can mantain the default order in your playlist. These and other options help you to manage and organize your new playlists.
- make playlist from a folder
- automatic update of all playlists
- sort your playlist as you want
- find music album in your folder
- rename the new playlists
- delete current playlists
This Playlist maker is tested on a lot of music players as Google Music and Winamp. However there may be problems with the native music player of some devices as Samsung Galaxy S, if this happen please use one of the previous cited player.
If You Like this App vote it or click on the ads! You will support its development!
This app will let you create new playlists in the classic way:
- selecting your favorite album
- selecting the song you love the most of your favorite artist
But it will even let you create a playlist selecting all the songs you saved in a specific folder on your SD card!
This will let you create easily and quilckly your playlist even if you have never set all the meta-information (title, artist, album, ecc) of your mp3 files.
This app will also let you edit your existing playlist, in order to keep them updated to your tastes!
Are you still reading? Download it NOW! :)
Now you can not install the player and use the standard system. For Xperia x10mini.., but the fit and the other.
Works only with external memory (sd-card).
Supports extensions: mp3, aac, 3gp, ogg, wav, wma, mp2, mp4, ape, flac, 3gpp.
Auto Playlist is fully automatic. After installation, start it once (this is required by the Android system) and exit. You are done! Whenever you change your music files on the memory card, Auto Playlist will silently update the playlists in the background.
• No SD card scans. Auto Playlist does not access the memory card at all. No files are scattered around.
• Small storage space footprint.
• No persistent background processes. Most of the time, Auto Playlist is not running at all. Occasionally, it starts up for a quick update then exits again.
How to use:
Left (source) panel used to select a track, which will be placed into selected location in the right (result) panel. Long press item in the right panel to remove track from playlist. In this way, you can quickly move the tracks in the list.
Do not worry about turning the music off. Do not worry about falling sleep either, Playlist Timer has a quite annoying alarm for the joy of user.
*Note: Playlist Timer will only scan the music on the SD card of your cellphone. Also it will kill a kitten for each Lady Gaga's song found (well, currently it is a TODO thing).
- 3 languages: English, Spanish and Galician.
- Lightweight and fast.
- Multi-selection of the music.
- Use of filters for better browsing experience.
- Select the music by playlist, genre, album or artist.
- Save the selected music as playlist.
- A seek bar with changeable resolution set the timer.
- Fade out at end of countdown.
- Alarm with volume different from the music.
- "Play the whole selected music" button.
- 2 automatic generated playlists: "All songs" and "Recently added".
- READ_PHONE_STATE - to stop the music if there is an entry call.
- WAKE_LOCK - to use the "shake" options with the screen OFF.
- WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE - for making the created playlists available to other programs.
** This app does NOT backup your songs, only playlist metadata, please read the FAQ for details **
** Google Play Music users, please read our FAQ for further details on this integration **
Please, send any errors you find by e-mail so I can fix them. I'm unable to contact users based on comments so I can't get further details about the problem and fix it.
** If you have any question try to look into our FAQ:
** Now with support for Dropbox **
Export your Audio Playlists as M3U files on your SDCARD and keep them safe.
If you are a Poweramp user you probably noticed it keeps its playlists separate from Android Playlists. This can be annoying when you want to use your playlists in other applications.
With Playlist Backup you can easily keep your Android Playlists in sync with your Poweramp Playlists.
Note: This app currently can't change contents of poweramp playlist because of a limitation on Poweramp API. I hope this will be fixed soon so we can add features such as Import Playlist and 2-way sync for poweramp playlists.
- Export system playlists to sdcard
- Export Poweramp playlists to sdcard
- Import M3U files to your system playlists
- Delete duplicate entries from your playlists
- Keep your Android Playlists in sync with Poweramp Playlists
This is app is under development so many new features will be available in a near future.
Please feel free to send any problem or suggestions by e-mail.
Notes about Dropbox:
* This application has access only to its own directory, located at /Apps/Playlist Backup/
* You need to set up your account on Preferences before uploading files to Dropbox
* This app won't store your login information, all the login process is done by the official Dropbox API
* More details about this service on www.dropbox.com
This application helps you creating your custom playlists easily.
It will help you :
- creating custom playlists easily by selecting your files
- creating global playlist including all your music
- creating playlists for each subfolder
- importing previously created playlists to update them
Selecting a folder will select all the music inside this folder and all its subfolders.
Creates M3U format playlists.
If you have any remarks, questions or proposals, feel free to contact me, YOU make this app better
Tracks in shuffled playlists are not repeated until all have played.
Get JP Plus for more features.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):
I'm using this section to address questions that I find amongst the comments or address features in JP that aren't easy to figure out. Also, please do send me email if you can't find a way to do something and would like to find out if JP supports it.
1. How do I add tracks to an existing playlist? (Plus version only)
First, apologies for this being a bit non-intuitive. To do it, choose "Create playlists" from the main screen menu. Select the tracks you want to add as if you were going to create a new playlist. Now, return to the main screen and choose "Edit playlists" from the menu. Find the playlist you want to add the selected tracks to, select it, and then edit it. A box will pop up letting you know you have tracks selected. Choose "Yes" to add the tracks. They will be added to the top of the playlist. You can then use the editing commands to select and move these tracks to the desired position within the playlist.
2. I want to change where Just Playlists stores playlists. How do I do it?
By default, Just Playlists stores playlists in a folder it creates on you device's internal storage called "/mnt/sdcard/justplaylists/playlists" ("/mnt/sdcard" may be different for your device). To change this, tap the far left button at the bottom of the main screen, which will take you to the "Choose a playlist..." screen. Navigate to the folder where you want to store playlists by tapping on a folder name to go into the folder or tapping the full path display at the bottom of the screen to go up by one folder at a time. When you're in the folder you want to use, use the menu to choose the "Save created playlists here" item. Now, any new playlists you create will be saved here.
3. How do you see the songs in the currently-playing playlist?
There are several ways. Touch and hold the playlist name at the top of the main screen. You will be given a menu with a "Show playlist" as an option.
You can also choose the "Main screen menu->More->Now playing" option.
Lastly, if you have gestures enabled, you can swipe down on the album art to bring up the playlist listing.
4. Can you use gestures to control JP?
Yes. To enable gestures, go to "Main menu->Preferences". Choose "Enable gestures". Now you can swipe on the album art as follows:
Up -> Choose a playlist
Down -> Show playlist/Now playing
Left -> Next
Right -> Previous
5. I don't want to be asked if I want to shuffle a playlist when I load it for the first time or if I reload it. Can I turn this off?
As of version 5.3.0, you can. Go into "Preferences" and choose the option to "Disable shuffle query box". Now, by default, playlists will not be shuffled on first load or reload. To change this behavior, click on the "Disabled shuffle load option" preference item. Here, you can change the default to be to shuffle or to take the same action as the last time the playlist was loaded. I like the last option, since I usually consistently shuffle or don't shuffle certain playlists. If you choose this for a new playlist that doesn't have a last action, it defaults to not shuffling.
If you want to override the disable and have the query box appear on a playlist reload, Go into the "More..." menu and choose "Reload playlist with query".
This is the full version without advertisement and with widgets.
Please try the free version before you buy.
This app supports the following languages:
English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, Russian, Chinese (Simplified), Turkish.
Please contact me via email in case of problems.
This player behaves different to the Android standard player and most alternative players. It is particularly suitable for people who often want to switch between music and audio books/podcasts.
* Folder list
The user interface of the player is not based on artists or albums, but on the folder structure. Each folder which contains audio files will appear in the list separately.
* Quickly switch between folders
If you select a folder in the folder list, it will start exactly at the last played position. This allows you to quickly switch between folders. There no need to create bookmarks manually.
* Seek Buttons
For long podcasts and audio books it is difficult to skip to a certain position. Especially if the audio book is one big file. Therefore the Music Folder Player provides 'Seek Buttons'. They can be used to jump in step forward or backward. The jump distance and direction is configurable for each button between 1s and 99s and between 1% and 9%.
* Equalizer (devices with Android 2.3 or newer)
> Customizable settings: 4
> Predefined settings: 8 (Bass Booster, Bass Reducer, Treble Booster, Treble Reducer, Vocal Booster, Vocal Reducer, Volume Booster, Party)
Sorry, but implementing equalizer and effects for older Android versions is very complex and requires licenses.
* Virtual Room Effect (Android 2.3 or newer) ,
* Reverb Effect (Android 2.3 or newer)
* Balance control
* Font Size
Since there are many different Android devices with different screen resolutions, you can adjust the font size to your needs.
* Shuffle files within the current folder.
* Shuffle files of all folders
* Repeat single files (long press on playing track)
* Delete single files
You can delete a single file if is is not played currently. Simply long press on the file and choose 'Delete'.
* Rename single files
You can rename a single file if is is not played currently. Simply long press on the file and choose 'Rename'.
* Sleep Timer
The sleep timer stops and exits the player after a selectable time or at the end of the current track. The sound is fading out some seconds before the timer ends. This prevents you from waking up suddenly.
* Extended headset control
If your headset has only one button, you can skip to the next track by double click. A single click pauses the playback. This also works in shuffle mode.
* Undo function
If you accidentally touch a button or select another track, the undo button appears.
* Lyrics via musiXmatch App
* Last.fm scrobbling via Last.fm app or 'Simple Last.fm Scrobbler'
* Search function
For more information please visit my website.
Please report bugs and suggestions by e-mail.
Tags: Music player, musicplayer, MortPlayer, audiobook, audio book, hörbuch, podcast, PlayerPro, Poweramp, Meridian, Astro Player, Mixzing, WinAmp