PowerAMP For Android: One Great Music Player

| November 1, 2010 | Reply
Having been using my Droid X for a few months now I’ve been searching for a stand alone music player to fit my needs.  Well, I have some great news for you folks.  PowerAmp is a music lover’s dream come true.  This app is visually stunning and offers a lot of great features that make this a must have app for music lovers out there.
Here’s the rundown on the major features of PowerAMP:

MP3, MP4/M4A,loseless ALAC,FLAC, OGG, WAV, TTA, WMA
-Has own codecs
-Widget
-Choose music from SD card
-Tegs, lyrics
-Skins, 2 in beta version
-Fast scan of files ( in 1 second 1000files, depends on phone speed)
-EQ

Guess what?  It’s free in the Android Market too.  You can grab at this link.  Check out the YouTube video below of this great music player in action and be sure to drop us a comment.  Is this your new favorite music app?

After all the recent press regarding WinAmp for Android, now comes PowerAMP!  An alternative music player, PowerAMP is in beta and was brought to our attention by XDA forum member owziee.

PowerAMP beta has received very good feedback in owziee’s discussion thread, and has attracted the attention of the actual developer MaxMP, now an XDA member.

The app supports various formats including mp3, mp4/m3a, lossless ALAC, FLAC,OGG,WAV,TTA, WMA, is skinnable (2 are available in the beta version), has a widget and fast scans files dependent on mobile device speed.  The dev mentions that this is a pretty early beta version, which was originally only released to internal Russian sites for early limited core functionality testing.

To download PowerAMP beta, head to this post in the original discussion thread.  You can also view MaxMP’s first post here.

Source:  XDA-Developers

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Husband, Stepfather…born and raised in Virginia. My first smartphone was the HTC PPC-6800 on Alltel and I’ve been an avid mobile technology follower ever since. My current 2 devices are the BlackBerry Bold 9650 and the Motorola Droid X on the Verizon network.