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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by jericko, Jan 20, 2013.

  1. jericko

    jericko Android Enthusiast
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    I have a S3 and a Asus Tf300 tab, looking to get a good MP3 player from the market that I can use on both? I read PowerAmp might be good, but wanted to get the opinions of the experts here. Biggest feature for me is easy to use interface.

    Thanks in advance for the advice!
     

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    I currently have a HTC Desire but using my old LG Shine Plus (with 32gig) card as a mp3 player. I have tried a lot of mp3 apps and have stopped with me 2 favs. So there are some I would have love to test but are not compatible with my phones.

    PlayerPro and PowerAmp

    PlayerPro has some functionality that PowerAmp does not have and a slightly better looking UI.
    PowerAmp (at least on my Shine) has a better quality audio output and does not look as good as PlayerPro but has some functionality on the lockscreen that are just to useful.

    Honestly the only function missing is poweramp is to skip tracks by pressing volume buttons.
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    I love PowerAmp. It does everything you can think of but is still easy to use. Highly recommended.
     
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    jericko Android Enthusiast
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    I ended up getting Player Pro and am really happy with it. Easy to use, sounds great and great widgets for the lock screen.

    Thanks for all the advice!
     
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    Been using player pro for a while myself, although there's a few files stock player can play that player pro can't.

    Worth the few $$

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    Looked at them all, A/B'd Power Amp and Player Pro, ended up buying Player Pro. Love the ability to set the volume up and down keys to change songs!
     
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