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  1. freedomfighter

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    i wanna know what are your favorite music players. I am only using the stock one cause i didnt like the google music all that much and i want a new one. Also if anyone can help me in this thread then please help me.

    THANKS!!
     

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    PowerAmp works for me.
    Preset sound quality plus equalizer, nice UI and easy to use.
     
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    gonna give that a try thanks for the heads up:)
     
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    Winamp is a really good player..
    .u need the pro version to use the equalizer though....however if ur rooted and you use volume+ u do not need the pro version
     
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    Winamp is slow, and ugly.

    Ubermusic is the best one around, and the widget (clear widget skin) is the BEST.
     
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    Google Music - you upload all your music to the cloud for free then indicate which playlists you want available offline on your phone and it downloads them.

    I used to use DoubleTwist, which syncs well with iTunes.
     
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    Player pro FTW.
     
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    I have been using the Google Music cloud service and I love it. I uploaded a bunch of music and comedy bits (Phil Hendrie) and use it often. I believe it is free up to 20,000 songs. Check it out!
     
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    Winamp for the sound

    Double twist do the UI

    And there is another but it has -_-" ads- cloud music player
     
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    Player pro,is my present choice fits me well.
     
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    Just started useing ^3 cubed and will prob toss player pro.love this free little player it runs and sounds great:)
     
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    Tried it but I think player pro is put together way nicer and sounds better... nice though deff in my top 3.....
     
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    MortPlayer is a great little app for playing music stored on your phone or sd card. LOVE IT.
     
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    Google music is a great app. Up to 20,000 songs stored in the cloud for free and accessible from anywhere!
     
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    U can also download Equalizer by SA Labs. It will make ur phone ridiculously loud. Just make sure you exit via the home and not the back key. Otherwise the settings will not take. U wont believe how it makes ur stock player sound.
     
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    Cloud skipper! It my favorite so far. Ui is nice. Widget is clean. And it also comes with what they call a lock screen that's nice to have with quick keys for camera, unlock, etc. It just doesn't really safe guard that phone.
     
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    Playerpro For Sure!!!
     
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    Yep the best out there for sure:cool: was hooked on ^3 but switched over to the pro just a lil better all around ^3 is a close second.
     
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    Im using pro player with a wmp skin. Also running the equalizer app to boost sound volume globally. Without it, the warp isnt very loud at all.
     
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    I like Pandora
     
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    for some reason proplayer keeps crashing when i try accessing the dsp setting IF i have a skin in use. Ive tried a few different ones, all with same results, so im stuck with the ugly green stock ui.

    I like to use the dsp settings when listening to music on the phone, but keep the equalizer installed to boost the global settings. Thanks to the new equalizer widget, with a power button intergrated in it, its really convenient and easy to toggle global eq on and off.

    My media screen has the eq widget on top, proplayer in the middle, and pandora on the bottom. Easy access to all media!
     
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    Try clearing the cache. Or reinstalling. It works fine for me
     
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    Ok if you have been following this you would have seen that i have been torn between two great players,PlayerPro{paid} and ^3 cubed,i have been using playerpro faithfully for the last month and been hanging on to 3^ as well.Long and behold i stumbled upon a third one(N7PLAYER) today which i have never herd of imo is just as good if not better then those two im really loving the ui on this give it a go and tell me what you think of it. ;)


    UPDATE 8/2/12:IMHO The N7Player is without a doubt the best one going far Superior to all the others in Sound and UI.

    Key features:
    - Unique user interface, based on OpenGL, consisting of innovative, fully multi-touchable album covers wall
    - Supported audio formats: mp3, mp4, m4a, ogg, wav, 3gp, mid, xmf, ogg, mkv(4.0+), flac (3.1+), aac (3.1+)
    - 5 band graphic equalizer with presets – requires Android 2.3+
    - Environmental effects, bass boost and sound virtualization technology (SRS/Dolby Surround) (2.3+)
    - Automatic and manual album art and artist image downloader
    - Tags editor for all supported audio formats
    - File browser (SD card) with filters
    - 1x4, 2x4 widgets
    - Lockscreen widget with direct unlock
    - Headset support with many options
    - Sleep timer
    - Shuffle/repeat
    - Lyrics support, using the embedded track lyrics & musicXmatch plugin
    - Last.fm scrobbling
    - Support for m3u playlists
    browsing your own library and finding music to listen to fun again."n7player is an innovative 3D mp3 and music player available only on Android. It visualizes your music as a single plane full of album covers. You can zoom in and out using multi-touch to see different views of your music. The main application screen is like an interactive tag cloud which can be easily explored to find your mp3 files. Artist names transforms smoothly to album covers, when pinched-to-zoomed. The minimalistic design and smooth interface allows users to quickly pick their favorite music from their library.
    n7player has also the most advanced cover art downloading function available on the market. It can download the missing album arts both by its own and by easy to use dedicated screen, where the user can search and pick an album art from the internet.
     
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    I have to agree power amp is worth the money and it plays just about all file formats.
     

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