Oneamp Pro - Music Player Android App (FREE on Google Play)
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Oneamp Pro - Music Player Android App (FREE on Google Play)

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Found 9th Mar
Oneamp Pro music player brings you the all new music experience. It features an easy to use
interface and best in class audio quality. You can browse songs by albums, artists or
playlists. Oneamp Pro music player has a separate tab for all your favorite tracks, you can
add songs to your favorites from any tab. Oneamp Pro music player supports playlists, you
can create you own playlists with the tracks you want. This music player features a
powerful equalizer with BassBoost and Virtualizer. You can choose from a variety of
music presets or create your custom preset.

Key features -
- Supports all major audio formats (mp3, m4a, wav, aac, amr, ogg etc)
- Equalizer with various presets
- BassBoost and Virtualizer
- Browse songs by albums, artists, favorites or playlists
- Multi-select
- Custom queue
- Add songs to favorites
- Detects headphones
- Create your own playlists
- Shuffle tracks
- Set phone ringtone
- Share media files
- Media details (bitrate, sample frequency, channels etc)
- Various sort options for easy browsing
- Play next option
- Sleep Timer


Oneamp Pro music player is completely free to use.
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Nice!
Thanks OP
Will give this a go, cheers OP. Got Rocket Player at the moment, but always looking for a nicer alternative that properly handles ID3 tags.

#edit

well that lasted a long time - installed it, ran it and it crashed ..
Edited by: "HankHandsome" 9th Mar
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HankHandsome3 m ago

Will give this a go, cheers OP. Got Rocket Player at the moment, but …Will give this a go, cheers OP. Got Rocket Player at the moment, but always looking for a nicer alternative that properly handles ID3 tags.#edit well that lasted a long time - installed it, ran it and it crashed ..


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Again. Poweramp is better.
Maevoric8 m ago

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Hah .. I love that show

It's likely because i've got over sixteen thousand mp3's on my SD card .. most of these players can't cope. the only ones that have done so far are rocketplayer and blackplayer.

blackplayer is nicer to look at, but that doesn't cope with embedded ID3 tags very well. rocket player does, but it's a bit clunky.

poweramp is fine but i just want a simple, nice looking music player and poweramp is just a bit bloated for me
samirahman37 m ago

Again. Poweramp is better.


Was going to ask if it's better than power amp!
Original Poster
HankHandsome10 m ago

Hah .. I love that show It's likely because i've got over sixteen …Hah .. I love that show It's likely because i've got over sixteen thousand mp3's on my SD card .. most of these players can't cope. the only ones that have done so far are rocketplayer and blackplayer.blackplayer is nicer to look at, but that doesn't cope with embedded ID3 tags very well. rocket player does, but it's a bit clunky.poweramp is fine but i just want a simple, nice looking music player and poweramp is just a bit bloated for me


What about swapping formats? Can't speak for volume (afaik ive got around 11k of music files) but certainly for processing overhead ogg vorbis files are less processing intensive, back in the day i used to run my collection on a Sony Ericsson p800 with a huge 16MB of ram and the app would load ogg quicker then mp3.
Maevoric1 h, 35 m ago

What about swapping formats? Can't speak for volume (afaik ive got around …What about swapping formats? Can't speak for volume (afaik ive got around 11k of music files) but certainly for processing overhead ogg vorbis files are less processing intensive, back in the day i used to run my collection on a Sony Ericsson p800 with a huge 16MB of ram and the app would load ogg quicker then mp3.


That's an interesting idea. I might look in to that.

It's not a major issue as it stands though as rocket player really does do everything i need it to but i might certainly look to play around with some files and formats to see how things hold up. I've got my music library backed up in three different places so it won't hurt to fiddle.
I've got 2.5k music, using playerpro ATM but it stalls on files I know are ok.What'serdict on this player is it worth trying. Poweramp doesn't do it for me as it needs online activation and I like to play offline.
HankHandsome9th Mar

Hah .. I love that show It's likely because i've got over sixteen …Hah .. I love that show It's likely because i've got over sixteen thousand mp3's on my SD card .. most of these players can't cope. the only ones that have done so far are rocketplayer and blackplayer.blackplayer is nicer to look at, but that doesn't cope with embedded ID3 tags very well. rocket player does, but it's a bit clunky.poweramp is fine but i just want a simple, nice looking music player and poweramp is just a bit bloated for me


Either you have a giant memory card or your MP3's are encoded at a horrendously low bitrate.
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r49635 m ago

Either you have a giant memory card or your MP3's are encoded at a …Either you have a giant memory card or your MP3's are encoded at a horrendously low bitrate.


Assuming 5MB per mp3 that's 'only' around 80GB
r496349 m ago

Either you have a giant memory card or your MP3's are encoded at a …Either you have a giant memory card or your MP3's are encoded at a horrendously low bitrate.


I have a 128gb SD Card and my MP3's are encoded at 192kb/s VBR. I'm not an audiophile in any way, shape or form so "good enough" is perfectly fine for me.
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