I specifically wished to download a midi player that displays added lyrics as the midi is being played. The info on the app doesn't say your app does this but other information online indicates Timidity does display lyrics. However, after paying for your app & downloading it I discovered it does not display the lyrics. I feel I have wasted money for no reason. I am very disappointed. [After contact with the app developer I have increased the stars. This app has a great sound & I was finally able to get the lyrics to appear. I can't fault the communication, it was timely and helpful]
Piece of shit. Inexplicably doesn't play half of what it finds (and I didn't really expect it to detect and read .mus files, but c'mon, it failed to see plenty of .mid files), sometimes the player just stops wanting to play files it used to play. I paid money for this thing.
Amazing midi app Lots of features. Works exceptionally well. No ads. Without this app, I would not bother with midi on android.
Very good, but... Can you let us use sfz soundfonts?
The playlist is a killer feature; I've known for a long time that Google's implementation is bugged (songs like to "stick together" when moving them, but the display doesn't render this), so seeing a developer put time into making an implementation that works proper is refreshing and praiseworthy. The UI isn't great (it shows filenames, not metadata; added songs are invisibly queued until you press add, and cancel is arguably too close; removing and reordering tends to seek back to the top of the list view; etc.) but the fact that it allows one to construct an ordered playlist, can source music from any readable location in the filesystem, allows one to quickly append tracks from a single directory in a specific order, and has an easy to use text-file playlist format more than makes up for those deficiencies. After having a falling out with Shuttle for just these reasons, this is now my preferred general audio player--let alone MIDI support.
Badass! Fully featured "MIDI-ah" player, supports sfArk installation, you can take the Doom soundtrack on your runs around the park at night and MIDI files are in abundance so it's all worth the dollar this will cost yah.
Actually fix opening files from other apps
Other small fixes
Android N maintenance
Fix critical crash by reverting to old appcompat
Fix file browser dialog
Reorderable playlists (ICS+, can be disabled in settings)
Current playlist highlights the currently playing song
Marshmallow permission fixes
Internal codebase organization
Fix dynamic library
Fix Marshmallow permissions dialog
Fix "Unload Instruments" option