Still the best Love this app. Still my favorite. Using it for years. It is perfect for people who like to set up things a certain way. It has a great user interface. Don't listen to bad reviews. This app has everything. I tried others and always end up using this. Im a developer. This is one of the few apps that is consistent since my first download of it. Thanks Mirko Schenk, I appreciate your work. (This is an updated review after reading some very bad statements from some users)
It's all about folder structure navigation when it comes to being able to use an android device as an eye's off media player for your car. There may be other apps that I'm not aware of, but so far this is the only one I've found that allows me to use an old android phone as an in-car media player for my album collection. Other apps allow you to use gestures to advance to the next track (or previous) but treat your collection as if it's in a single folder. Having the ability to swipe up or down through the folder structure allows me to navigate (by touch) to the first track of each individual album as opposed to having to skip through every track.
Lots of good features I've tried lots of android music player and I like this one the most. All I needed was folder playing feature, folder navigation with file sorting option, and playlist support. This is perfect player for me. But 'lots of feature' also means it's hard to get used to all the features and its interfaces. The only problem I have is I can't make playlist from folder when it's selected with subfolders. Is there any way I can add a parent folder with subfolders to playlist? Too hard to make playlist.
Just as good as the audiobook player I downloaded this simply because I was so impressed by the audiobook player, and was not disappointed. Great configuration options, nice controls and excellent organisation. The usage of folder structures makes it all the more intuitive in operation. Far too many players try to reinvent the wheel when it comes to handling files, and this one just does what it should. An excellent product well worth downloading.
Some people have trouble accessing their SD card in Marshmallow. Android has relocated the directory. Add a new file location, which should open at /mnt. use the up-on-level button on the bottom left of the screen to get to the top level /. Then go find "root", and look in that folder for a weird number. Look in there and you should find your SD card. Hope that's enough direction! Enjoy this app - it's the best way I've found to access music that I put on the SD card.
I love it!!! I've been using MortPlayer for my audiobooks since I got my phone more than a year ago. It is by far the best player for audiobooks, and MortPlayer Music gives me everything I want and need for my music too. I love having the separate apps so the media doesn't get mixed during playback. The interface is completely logical and easy to use and the widgets are great for easy access. My only complaint is that the app's icons be different colors as the two are too similar and difficult to differentiate.
- fixed crash at start
- Fixed unnecessary reading of folder/tag data
- Alarm clock works more reliable
- Big notification for Android 4.2
- Context menus are back in track and folder lists
- Lockscreen layouts without cover (available in settings)
- Holo theme as default
- Some other bugfixes and minor layout changes
An audiophile music player with hi-res 32/64-bit audio rendering and DSP engine.
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