Bats! M3u streaming player

327 reviews
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About this app

Bats! M3u is an extremely simple streaming media player.

It does one thing: loads m3u files containing http and https URLs, and plays them. You can also have content:// or file:// URLs in the m3u files, and as of 1.468 files relative to the m3u are supported!

To use Bats! M3u, download an M3u file, then open it in your file manager of choice. When prompted, select Bats! M3u to play the file.

If authorization is required, URLs should have http://username:password@host:port/ format.

For Android 4.1 and up, the UI is entirely handled within the notification bar. Click the notification itself to end playback, or use the buttons to seek or pause. For previous versions, a very basic UI activity will pop up allowing similar control over the app.

Bats! M3u respects audio focus, which means it will gracefully exit if you start another media player. It will also pause when you remove your headphones, and while Bats! M3u is running your headset button will play/pause the music.
Updated on
Sep 24, 2016

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327 reviews
A Google user
August 20, 2019
got it to claim it's playing. and it correctly have the name of the first song in the playlist. but it never made any noise, and had no controls. could get it to work.
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Vee Pearly
July 31, 2021
This player works great......... It plays Audio streams directly off the internet............thanks for the great SMALL free app............ i wish the app had an icon because users don't really know the app is installed.......they forget to use it
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A Google user
July 13, 2019
Good One..pls add more options with less size
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What's new

Fix username:password URIs with Android 6+.

Fix potential crash when playing without a network connection.

Fix potential crash after a playback error.