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"Without music, life would be a mistake." ~ Friedrich Nietzsche.
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- 01-02-2011, 03:00 PM #17
ive used almost every music player for droids since last year. no doubt the best is poweramp. I use it on my Dinc and its amazing. stock player is okay but for $5 u cant beat poweramp. the shuffle is better than the stock, and it gives u the album art. I use tunee for my music, and sometimes the art isnt there or its quieter than other songs. the pre amp and album art grabber blows this away from any other music player. if you want me to be picky, you may have to rename either song, artist or album to get the correct album cover, besides that, its flawless
- 01-02-2011, 03:24 PM #18
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just found out that limewire has been replaced with frostwire and when you download frostwire onto your pc you can get the frostwire app on your android that automatically links the two and music you download goes strait into your standard player. I have close to 400 songs on my phone with no lag and its all free i love it. hope this helps
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- 01-02-2011, 09:07 PM #20
Soon... very soon... this will be a question no one should ask. Anyways, I have not a clue why everyone dislikes the stock Android player, I actually love it. However when I was using the Vibrant, I chose Doubletwist. Best syncing, best music management, and lock widget.
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- 01-02-2011, 09:28 PM #21
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I don't like it because the sound quality is not as good as some market apps like Power Amp. But since I used to be a sound engineer, so I notice a lot in music sound quality, which the stock player lacks.
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- 01-03-2011, 02:25 AM #22
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pretty sure a good sound engineer would realize that their all the same file types, and eq's on a cell phone are like using a small band aid to cover a bullet wound. it's a joke. you don't need eqs, you need good headphones. And even then, power amp, win amp, whatever the hell you use - they don't actually morph the quality of the track. doesn't change it to some magical power amp file extension where it's any less digitalized.
Cubed is the best free option on the market. If you don't like the cube, you can change the view to morph mode as well simple mode. Very good player, very cool looking, only a little lacking in random areas, but all in all pretty good.
- 01-05-2011, 12:45 AM #23
I've only had my X for about a month, but I have been using Zimly. It has worked pretty well for me. It is free and offers a lot of features. I like the widget and the lock screen controls are nice. It is still in beta, so they release a lot of updates, which gets annoying sometimes. It also has a video player. The only thing it is lacking is an equalizer, but it sounds fine without it. I have found it to be the best free option for me.
- 01-05-2011, 07:32 AM #25
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You can get Zimly v. 1.4.9 here: Zimly Media Player - Android app on AppBrain
but according to their description, Zimly the Coolest Media Player will have all future updates, so I grabbed that one from here (v. 2.0.8 beta): Zimly the Coolest Media Player - Android app on AppBrain
Here is a android market link:
market://search?q=pname:com.nomad.zimly-- Yeah, what he said!