Simple and effective. I tried almost all free music apps with Widgets and this one's the best in my opinion. Pros: Very simple and lightweight. The "next/previous folder" button is most useful on the Widget. Resizeable widget is a big plus (esp. on my Nexus 7's 6 x 6 screen). Usage of the album art as button for play/pause is very welcome Cons: Stops responding every once i a while. Only happens with my Nexus 7 (4.2), but not with my old Sensation (4.0).
Wish I found this sooner The built in Google Play is a nightmare when it comes to playing music by folders. I lost my trusted Creative Zen Nano 1GB music player and figured would finally try using my smartphone instead. (Yeah, I'm late to this party) This music player suits me much better than Google Play and other players using the Cloud and or playlists.
Considering how good the actual app is, I expected more from the widget app. I can't find how the widget opens the actual app. Plus it isn't available on my s5 lockscreen (seems to always hide behind my dormant audio book app unless I open phone to close it). I was also hoping for a 3x1 or 2x1, but that's a minor cosmetic issue
useful and clean. I use this widget on my widgetlocker homescreen to drive the Mort audio book player. Works well. I have seen it stop working a few times like others report, but this happens with other audioplayer widgets, too, so I think it has to do with the android framework. CM7.2 on HTC Inspire.
You saved my music library So much customization and the fact that all my music organization finally paid off is fantastic! One of the best apps on the market, and anyone selfless enough to also disabling of ads for free has to be an amazing person (not taking it off though because you deserve it for a job well done!) .
convenient, but slow to respond good little widget, but wish it would show an icon when playing because the little title bar is tough to click on. most of the time i can't tell if it is working or not as the response is quite sluggish. every couple of days, it also seems to lose connexion to its parent database and needs to repopulate itself. but it never loses its place. weird, but works.
- Workaround for a crash in Android 4.1