Love your "fictitious artist" song titles from the screenshots, wish they were real songs! Great app, very customizable. Closest mobile app I've found to desktop foobar2000 or Mediamonkey's user experience. Only thing that would improve this app for me is multiple genre/artist tag support where a file tagged with multiple entries separated by a delimiter will appear in all listed categories rather than displaying exactly as typed. Ex: Pink Floyd's DSotM might be genre tagged as "Rock; Progressive Rock; Art Rock; 70s"... etc etc and show up in each individual listing. Very useful with large libraries.
a music app that has thought of it all. I usually never pay for apps but this one deserves my coins. gonemad :forget everything else!! ability to eq. individual songs &option in menu to play all by one artist
Most probably the best music player for Android to date. My beloved random album play included. Worth every penny.
The best music player there is.. It took some time for me to find this I mean it was always there when I searched for music players but maybe because of the name it did not attract me. But this is the all rounder app. It has all those features that all the other apps have(except for visualizer but anyways it's unnecessary). I loved it very much. Keep up the good work devs..
Awesome. Period. Simply the best music player, available. No question. That's it. It's the best one. You've finished looking. Just download it, and buy the full version, and never worry about music players again. The support behind it is amazing as well, with fast and helpful replies to questions. I couldn't rate this app any better!
Used to work better Overall, lots of features and options. Pros: playing by folders, equalizer, customizable user interface, bluetooth controls, many more options. Cons: skips mp3 (tried turning off features, resetting, etc.), bluetooth does not transfer Id3 tags properly to modern car players (my Outback cannot see any information whatsoever, no problem with Poweramp), bluetooth controls sometimes don't work at all. No way to turn off "resume play" :(. I have to kill it manually every time.
If you experience weird issues/crashes, uninstall/reinstall or clear GMMP's cache first before filing a bug report.
-Notification controls now properly update after changing tracks when paused/stopped
-Fixed tasker support
-Persist auto resume when music service restarts or is killed
-Fixed issue reading album art from APEv2 tags
-Improved APEv2 tag reading
-Upgraded google play services to 10.0.1
-Upgrade support library to 25.1.0
An audiophile music player with hi-res 32/64-bit audio rendering and DSP engine.
3in1 music app: MP3 Player - Equalizer - Bass Booster. The best Music Volume EQ