Useful EQ, not always intuitive, cuts songs Cool player. EQ most useful I've seen. Good sound. For some reason always cuts the last few seconds of each song. Like about where a crossfade would kick in. Also I can't create a playlist though it reads lists made through other player so I was doing it that way. Then just started using other player again. Few small fixes would make this pretty great.
Was great on my previous phone. Superb equalizer. But now on Android 6, at first it only found a fraction of the music files on my sd card. If I turn on auto in the sync menu the app even crashes and reverts to black screen and crash upon restart so reinstall is then required. On a hunch, tested with less than 500 music files in the folder and auto off and then the app found all files. On my previous phone with an older Android version the number of files was no issue...
problem. i have older version on shield tablet and its working fine. today i've installed this os new fon and its not finding anything! and yes. i have poined where it has to look for files... update: its working but when i disable auto sync and then 'check' square is appearing at right of dir.
Very poor This app only finds a few music files on my phone even though there are hundreds of albums on my sd card and I can't find any of my iron maiden albums even though I have everyone of them! Not good at all!
Since last update. Can not use app. Constantly crashes on start up. Will not synchronize with library without crashing. Such a shame. Was a great app for maiden fans like me
Love the band eqs, but the app needs to support special characters (Mötley Crüe looks like Miley Cyrus) and greater control over audio routing (would love a mono option). A note of personal preference, the Crossfade is pretty long, so I'd like either a shorter time or greater control.
Fixed the bug that causes the USB audio function to crash on Android N.