EDIT: Even without the suggested improvements below, I'm liking this much better than DDB2! Interface, gapless play (!), and sorting lists are all much more to my liking. Still hoping for an update that includes following suggestions... Previous review: Just started using this player and I'm really liking it! Only three wishes for improvement: 1) Make the playlists themselves sortable, drag & drop preferably. 2) Lock screen handling: play/pause/previous/next/in-track searchbar. 3) Drag & drop within longer playlists gets difficult when going up or down 20 tracks... Maybe an option to select & drop would be easier. But besides these points I just have to congratulate the creator of this app! Amazing work!
I use the old version of the player, I hate the UI of the new version. Today, old version throws a pop-up directing me to the new app. I click "no", and all my playlists are gone. Time to find a new player, cannot trust the author to not have likewise sabotaged the new version.
There are LOUD CLICKS when starting, pausing and seeking. (But I'm 100% sure that the music files themselves don't contain any discontinuities, so they should sound OK, and they do sound OK when played on a computer) Please fix that!! And otherwise it's fine.
I use the Linux desktop version of deadbeef and it works great. But the Android version sometimes determines a song duration wrongly (about half the real duration). This makes the app unusable.
Like others have stated, the app couldn't find my music files. Maybe it's a Nougat issue. I'll try it again if/when this is corrected.
Nearly perfect but... Please improve the widget, make it flat and usable on the lock screen. Many music widget can do this easily, but DeaDBeeF widget is not.
* Fixed a few Android 5/6/7 issues
* Added an invitation to upgrate to our new product called DDB2
* Please check it out at http://ddb2.me!