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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Help!I'maRock!, May 6, 2010.

  1. Help!I'maRock!

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    Are you using the stock player? I'm not so happy with it. My biggest problem is that it doesn't sense when there should be continuous play between tracks, so you hear the breaks. Has anybody found something better?
     

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  2. Dobieg

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    mixzing - free version has ads or 6-7 bucks for pd version. i used the free since november and decided to get the paid for the devs hard work..
     
  3. bryn987

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    odd, Mixzing will not find any of my music even though I have them in the default MP3 folder
     
  4. Dobieg

    Dobieg Well-Known Member
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    hmm..?! that's odd. is your mp3 folder checked in the mixzing settings? open mixzing > menu > settings > scroll down to folders section
     
  5. bryn987

    bryn987 Well-Known Member
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    ya, all the folders are checked
     
  6. Dobieg

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    is this on phone storage or sd card?
     
  7. Rubik76

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    Subsonic - but that's a whole 'nother world ;)
     
  8. Max Johnson

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    I've been using that cubed one for the last day or so. I adore the way that thing went out and grabbed all of my album art. On a screen this size, I wish some of the buttons would be better labeled so you don't have to memorize weird symbols for 50 different apps. Didn't like the stock player...downloaded the cubed one just for the album art but so far it's a keeper. If the battery issue isn't fixed, I won't be doing much mp3 playing anyway.
     
  9. FlyPenFly

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    Are there any with good podcast management? I don't want it mixed with music.
     
  10. MisterMixelpix

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    Stock because there aren't any players that can access internal memory.
     
  11. anonymous2

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    I use mort music beta because I like to organize & play my music by folder.
     
  12. bryn987

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    Internal.

    I need to move it to my SD card don't I?
     
  13. SBrooks1

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    bTunes - I'm coming from heavy iPhone music use so it's nice to have the same type functionality. Great app. Love it.
     
  14. Nunley

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    I was using a music player called Cubed (3) for some reason it doesn't show up right away in the marketplace. Just search "Cubed" and scroll down a little. It displays your music in a great cubed interface and is very nice.
     
  15. DodgerinNH

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    MixZing!!

    1) The stock app sucked- kept freezing the screen and actually had to do a battery pull once.

    2) Then I switched to Cubed briefly, but couldn't figure out how to arrange by artist or song, rather than by album (not all of my MP3s have complete tags)

    So far MixZing has been awesome. Very user friendly, queues your music, sorts easily by artist, and even can take any song in your library and make it a ringtone.
     
  16. Hand76

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    Mixing is awesome. Just bought the upgrade tonight and it is great, even looks awesome with a nice clean interface. So far much better than any other player I have tried.

    AND it doubles as a video player with another great layout.
     
  17. Rubik76

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    Looks like cube has improved somewhat visually in the past few months. Sounds like it's still fun to find in the market though :D.
     
  18. jwm2

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    btunes is good. I use tunewiki because i don't know the words to all my favorite music, at least this way i can sing along and not sound like a fool (well i still sound like a fool but at least the words are correct now).
     
  19. Rubik76

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    I currently have room for a terabyte of music on my Incredible :D.
     
  20. potterdood

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    How? lol and I'm looking for a music player with an equalizer capability, has anyone seen 1 yet?
     
  21. Rubik76

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    I'm using Subsonic. Lets me stream from my media server at home (or any PC with the server installed) to my Eris (there's a client) or any computer with web access. It's not the most advanced player (or free), but it's very, very nice.
     
  22. jsjames

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    I downloaded btunes but it does not see any of my music. All of it is in emmc\music. I changed the folder and still nothing shows up. I do like the interface.
     
  23. jasonb1985

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    i used btunes on my Droid. on my new Inc i'm stickin with the Sense music player.
     
  24. amarryat

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    Ditto. Finally learned the UI on my iPod Touch, and read that bTunes had a similar one. So far, so good.
     
  25. mmisterio

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    Can anyone find a music player that I can rearrange the order of tracks being played on the fly without creating a playlist? I can't seem to find a player like that but my Moto Droid allowed me to do this.
     

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