Omnia Music Player

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About this app

Omnia Music Player is a powerful music player for Android. It is an offline audio player without advertisements. Its gorgeous user interface matches every single detail of the material design guidelines.

Omnia Music Player supports almost all audio formats, including mp3, ape, aac, alac, aiff, flac, opus, ogg, wav, dsd (dff/dsf), tta, etc. It has high-res output engine with best sound quality, and a 10-band equalizer, within a small footprint, less than 5 MB.

Omnia Music Player contains almost every necessary feature to fulfill all of your musical needs including: gapless playback, lyrics display, crossfade, play speed adjustment, tag editing, scrobbling, Chromecast, voice command, Android Auto, Freeverb, audio balance, ReplayGain, sleep timer, etc.

Key Features:

✓ Free of advertisements.
✓ High-resolution audio output.
✓ Lossless audio support such as APE.
✓ OpenSL / AudioTrack based output methods.
✓ Gorgeous user interface with material design.
✓ Manage and play music by album, artist, folder, and genre.
✓ Smart playlists with most played, recently played, and newly added tracks.
✓ Sava/restore playback position (useful for podcast and audiobook).
✓ Automatic sync missing album/artist images.
✓ Fast search across albums, artists, and songs.
✓ Volume normalization based on ReplayGain
✓ Built-in metadata tag editor (mp3 and more).
✓ Display lyrics (embedded and lrc file).
✓ Support MP3 URL playlist files (m3u and m3u8).
✓ Support Windows media player playlist files (wpl).
✓ Resizable home screen widget.
✓ Gapless playback support.
✓ 10-band equalizer and 15 pre-built presets.
✓ Flexible reverb settings powered by Freeverb.
✓ Sound balance adjustment.
✓ Play speed adjustment.
✓ Crossfade support.
✓ Chromecast (Google Cast) support.
✓ Google voice commands support.
✓ Colorful themes, fully customizable.
✓ Background image from gallery.
✓ Android Auto support.
✓ scrobbling.
✓ Sleep timer.

Omnia Music Player vs. Pulsar Music Player:

Omnia Music Player is the sister application of Pulsar Music Player. It contains following differentiation:

✓ New user interface and experience.
✓ Built-in audio engine, decoder and library.
✓ 10 bands equalizer and 15 presets.
✓ Reverb settings powered by Freeverb.
✓ More flexible preference settings.

Support Development:

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Updated on
Aug 27, 2021

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14.6K reviews
Todd Haugen
July 4, 2022
While the audio quality is outstanding, I found two issues that really detract from my happiness using the app. For reference I have 200gb of lossless music on an SD card spanning all genres. Sometimes the app loses the current scroll location which is supremely annoying with a large music library. The Playlists do not support shuffle which makes them more repetitive than I like. Most played only supports 50 songs which takes away a great Playlist option in my book. Not all music gets a genre
12 people found this review helpful
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Steven MacKendree
March 27, 2022
This has quickly become my go to music app on Android, and for great reason. Omnia looks great and functions very intuitively. It is very quick to pull your library, even if it's all of 256 Gb, and even offers the ability to easily update the tags for albums. A couple suggestions: Have the location indicator when scrolling through your library displayed based on sort order instead of album name. Also it would be beneficial to also have the option to sort by date added.
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Bogdan Nazaryan
February 17, 2022
I like the apps simplicity, customization, and it's lack of adds. I think one improvement would be making the response area for the skip buttons larger, when a songs page is displayed. A nice opition would be to only have the pause button displayed on the small song bar at the bottom of the screen, in certain situations it's harder to hit the pause button due to it being tiny. Another nice opition would be to have an alphabetical column, to quickly skip directly to a section in the song library
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What's new

✓ Fix usb drive support on Android 11 and above.