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Poll Results: Your Favorite Android Player

 
  • 10% (13)
    Default Player
  • 44% (56)
    PowerAMP
  • 24% (31)
    Neutron
  • 5% (7)
    Player Pro
  • 1% (2)
    DeadBeeF
  • 0% (0)
    NRG Player
  • 0% (0)
    UberMusic
  • 2% (3)
    Mixzing
  • 1% (2)
    N7
  • 10% (13)
    Winamp
127 Total Votes  
post #1 of 53
Thread Starter 

I haven't seen one of these in a while, and since the apps are updated so much I thought it was worth revisiting. Out of convenience and accepting that phones are now fairly awesome at audio playback with a proper amp... I'm curious as to which music player you use. So vote in the poll and let us know why you like that player.

 

Neutron for me... I can't help but feel it sounds a lot better, and gives me a lot of power "under the hood". I dislike the GUI... reminds me a lot of the old 486 shareware days lol.

post #2 of 53

The neutron is very good APP (my fav) and it's play 32bit..............

post #3 of 53

I prefer PowerAMP,...but everyone has a favorite. All end up sounding the same. It's all about what make's ya' smile!!! L3000.gif

post #4 of 53

The only one I've ever tried is Mixzing, which sounded alright to me. I like how it gave me an EQ but I don't like the ads. I'm coming from a droid running Android 2.0 though so lol yeah. 

 

Gotta love Pandora, led me to a lot of the music I now enjoy today. That's what puts a smile on my face.

post #5 of 53

I voted PowerAmp, but I use that and Rockbox equally on my Android player.

post #6 of 53

PlayerPro sounded much better to me than PowerAmp and I loved the interface much more. Thinking of trying out a new one though because I don't really equalize anymore. At most I just use Voodoo Sound to eq. (I mainly got it due to the better sound clarity vs PowerAmp + it was the only other w/ an equalizer at the time. UberMusic looks great but it gets old).

 

PlayerPro has some problems. Mainly high RAM usage (which is a problem on a rooted phone with 376mb available RAM total), its problems with MP4, and it not detecting some tags correctly for some reason. And it's a bit choppy, even on my tablet. And it's just getting old :).


Edited by AyeVeeN - 5/31/12 at 9:41pm
post #7 of 53
post #8 of 53

I believe it does count, very much at that. 

post #9 of 53
Quote:
Originally Posted by nywytboy68 View Post

I believe it does count, very much at that. 

At least when the pro version arrives. wink_face.gif

post #10 of 53

love neutron and winamp, hard decision to choose :(

post #11 of 53
I have tried neutron, Winamp, the stock cm7 and cm9 apps, double twist, power amp, player pro, cubed, and a few more I can't remember.

on a modded htc hd2, which has a crappy dac. Here is the order from best to worst in sq.

neutron
Player pro
Cm9 stock
winamp
Double twist
Cubed
Cm7 stock
Power amp. Yes it sounds the worst.

The best compromise of functionality and sq is player pro, but I bought neutron because it is still a step up.

Sent from my HTC HD2 using Tapatalk 2
post #12 of 53
Quote:
Originally Posted by WiR3D View Post

I have tried neutron, Winamp, the stock cm7 and cm9 apps, double twist, power amp, player pro, cubed, and a few more I can't remember.
on a modded htc hd2, which has a crappy dac. Here is the order from best to worst in sq.
neutron
Player pro
Cm9 stock
winamp
Double twist
Cubed
Cm7 stock
Power amp. Yes it sounds the worst.
The best compromise of functionality and sq is player pro, but I bought neutron because it is still a step up.
Sent from my HTC HD2 using Tapatalk 2


interesting Poweramp ranks so low, I have a similar impression of Poweramp learking in the back of my mind. Not certain to diss Poweramp. Can you describe the sound difference?

post #13 of 53

anyone know what music player can play DTS audio file??

post #14 of 53
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by a_tumiwa View Post

anyone know what music player can play DTS audio file??

Yeah MoBo Player does.... at least it once did.

post #15 of 53

Weird, most votes went to PowerAmp, yet, most of the replies here favour Neutron Player... :O

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