Poweramp Music Player (Trial)

Poweramp Music Player (Trial)

(836952 ratings)

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  • Downloads:
    10,000,000 - 50,000,000
  • Last update
    Mar 17, 2015

Poweramp Music Player (Trial) Reviews

  • Christoph Kerschbaumer

    Christoph Kerschbaumer

    Reviewed in The best Apps and Games - Daily Update

    This is the best music player in the store! Here, all your wishes will be satisfied! It plays all popular formats, including a lyrics-display, four customizable widgets, album-art support and much more.After you've tried this player, this will almost certainly replace your previous! P.S: Without the "Full-Version Unlocker" this is a 15-day trial-version with full functionality! Also optimized for tablets!

  • Duwayne Findlay

    Duwayne Findlay

    Reviewed in Android App Report

    It's your standard music player. Key points: Customisable Sleep timer Lyrics that link to musixmatch It's stable but apart from that pretty basic in function.

  • Andrew Wardell

    Andrew Wardell

    Reviewed in Congratulations on your new Android phone!

    Unless you have a Sony phone, you will most likely need to replace the music player that came with it. This one still holds the crown on Android if you want to copy songs from your computer to your phone for playing.

  • Pawer8

    Pawer8

    Reviewed in Must have

    Reproductor de calidad con una interfaz facil. Permite skins

  • keno carl reyes

    keno carl reyes

    Reviewed in Best apps that will make u Love your ANDROID MORE

    For me this the best music app.

  • Andhika Pramudya

    Andhika Pramudya

    Reviewed in DK ZONE

    no excuse better than stock music player , try this one if u affraid for full version

  • MakeUseOf

    MakeUseOf

    Reviewed in The 100 Best Android Apps

    A powerful audio player, supports multiple formats, downloads missing album art, and much more.

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Poweramp is a powerful music player for Android. Follow us on twitter @PowerampAPP to get instant updates on app development progress, feature spotlight, theme sharing, take part in giveaways and even chances for free copies of Poweramp.

Please check Common Questions/Answers below in the description.

Key Features:
- plays mp3, mp4/m4a (incl. alac), ogg, wma*, flac, wav, ape, wv, tta, mpc, aiff (* some wma pro files may require NEON support)
- 10 band optimized graphical equalizer for all supported formats, presets, custom presets
- separate powerful Bass and Treble adjustment
- stereo eXpansion, mono mixing, balance
- crossfade
- gapless
- replay gain
- plays songs from folders and from own library
- dynamic queue
- lyrics support, including lyrics search via musiXmatch plugin
- embed and standalone .cue files support
- support for m3u, m3u8, pls, wpl playlists
- OpenGL based cover art animation
- downloads missing album art
- custom visual themes, lot of skins available on Play
- 4 widget types with many selectable styles, advanced customization; Android 4.2 lock screen widgets
- configurable lock screen
- headset support, automatic Resume on headset and/or BT connection (can be disabled in settings)
- scrobbling
- tag editor
- fast library scan
- high level of customization via settings

This version is 15 days full featured Trial. See Related Apps for Poweramp Full Version Unlocker or use Buy option in Poweramp settings to buy Full Version.

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Common Questions/Answers for Poweramp v2.x:

Q. My songs are missing from folders/library.
A. Please ensure you have all your folders with music actually checked in Poweramp Settings => Folders and Library => Music Folders.
Your original Android Library is not changed, nor any files deleted.
Poweramp library is a separate, completely independent library. When you installed Poweramp 2.0, it just got filled with the files scanned from your sd card/other flash memory, as specified in Music Folders.

Q. Volume too low. Volume changes weirdly. Other volume issues.
A. Try to disable Direct Volume Control in Poweramp Settings => Audio => Advanced Tweaks.

Poweramp 2.x uses Direct Volume Control by default on 2.3+ mid-to-high end devices. On stock ROMs this produces much better audio output. But many custom/buggy ROMs, while supporting DVC, can fail with it.