Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by turner1666, Jun 22, 2011.
im looking for a app that i can put on my sensation
I prefer the paid version of Power Amp...very robust feature set and stable.
Hey Turner1666, I have a few questions for ya. I have the Sensation(love it) also after owning a Droid Eris. My question is how will you be listening to your music/what type of music:
1) From the sd card in the phone
2) From the cloud(internet-based from your home computer)
3) Listening to podcasts or music, or both
Just asking so that I can give you a few options that I'm currently using, based on your needs.
heck.. i'm trying everything
i've got google music beta - its cool
i've got winamp (had both winamp and poweramp - got rid of poweramp, just wasn't "me" - dunno.. just didn't like it as much)
and i've got iheartradio and TuneIn Radio - i like iheartradio more
to top it off (last and certainly not least) i've got slacker - love slacker
i have all my songs from my cd's on the sd card... but i need a app that i could download songs that i need... and i am also going to use google music as a backup
wow.. how big is your SD card?
has anyone tried cloudskipper?
its a relatively new MP3 app - seems very full featured - and.. has quite high rankings!
PowerAmp is the one to go! That $5 is totally well spent. It has Tone control, Equalizer, and pre-amp (increase volume). You can configure to use the HTC headphone or any headphone with 1 button (answer/hangup button) to configure to go Next track (double click) and Previous Track (triple click). It makes my totally totally replaced my Mp3 player.
Another feature I like is, it let you go with library or folder. I organized my music in folders so it works very well for me.
The new version updates includes fade in/out cross between tracks. It makes your phone a non-stop music jukebox.
i need a app i could download music
not gonna help you
far as i'm concerned, youre on your own buddy
Htc listen is already on your phone as well as amazon mp3 on the market and web, and iTunes on the web. What you really want is to steal music, well, take that junk somewhere else. Round here we support paying for what we use and support those that produce the music and apps we love. Don't be a pirate!
im a US marine i dont stole so
Then use one of the legitimate apps or web sites I already mentioned. Semper fi!