Ultrasonic

4.1
378 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Ultrasonic is a Subsonic (and compatible servers) client to Android. You can use Ultrasonic to connect with your server and listen music.

Main features:
* Thin
* Fast
* Dark and light theme
* Multiple server support
* Offline Mode
* Bookmarks
* Playlists on server
* Ramdom play
* Jukebox mode
* Server chat
* And much more!!!

The source code is available with GPL license in GitLab: https://gitlab.com/ultrasonic/ultrasonic
If you have any issue, please post in: https://gitlab.com/ultrasonic/ultrasonic/issues
Play store icon designed by: http://www.flaticon.com/authors/sebastien-gabriel
Updated on
Nov 28, 2023

Data safety

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Ratings and reviews

4.1
369 reviews
A Google user
November 2, 2018
Very good app overall, but using LG phones, I installed the MusicFX app to open up the built in Android Sound FX. Unfortunately, Ultrasonic doesn't have a means to get to the Android Sound FX in order to modify them so I'm stuck with the basic MusicFX setting and can't modify it. Had to uninstall MusicFX. Also, not able to change cache to SD card which has MUCH more space on it.
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Carl Lesto
March 5, 2022
So far this is now my go-to for my music from my Navidrome server. I have my primary playlist synced to my phone and so far it has handled it very well. Pretty happy with the Android Auto support. It still needs access to shuffle play via Android Auto. The only weird issue I get is when my car fires up Android auto, it'll start playing the music where I left off as expected then after about 5-10 seconds it pauses. If I try to play it immediately it pauses again. But if I wait about 3-4 seconds it'll keep playing as expected. I'll gladly take this over the issue I had with DSub where almost every single time I got in the car it would completely forget the playlist I was playing and I'd have to start all over again.
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Carl Bidwell
June 10, 2022
It used to be great, then it stopped displaying track data via Bluetooth. The only thing that seems to fix this is to reinstall. Then after a few weeks it stops again. Also if it fails to download a track sure to loss of signal, it won't try to download again, it will just stop midway through the track. There's no way to force the track to redownload, so it can't be listened to until the cache is reset, and there's no simple way to it. I can't really recommend this in it's current state.
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