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Poweramp Full Version Unlocker 99p @ Google Play Store
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Poweramp Full Version Unlocker 99p @ Google Play Store

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Posted 1st Jan

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First deal of the wonderful new decade - happy new year all you wonderful people

The full version unlocker for the popular app can be had for less then a quid - if you have Google Rewards even for free using that then.

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Music moves people; it unites us, it allows us to relax, and sometimes, when done right, it can even motivate us to do great things. Poweramp does great things.

One of the top paid music players in the Google Play Store 9 years running— features like gapless play, an unmatched equalization system, great crossfade, and support for most popular music file format might all make Poweramp the best $4.99 you have ever spent in your life—4+ million users would agree to that.

If you have not already, try out the free full trial version. The trial version will give you 15 days of the full, uninterrupted, Poweramp experience. That means you get to experience your music like only Poweramp can offer. If you need a few reasons why to buy the full version of Poweramp, here are two good reasons:

- Get all the future updates for free: Once you purchase Poweramp, all the future updates are free to you as long as you have the Unlocker.

- Have a dedicated music player: Poweramp is dedicated to being the best music player available, and we will never change from that. Poweramp is focus on doing nothing more than being a great music player.

Get the trial from here, if you want a play before parting with the quid.

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SmutBuffet01/01/2020 14:39

Which handles hi-res (that's a scam, by the way - there's no difference in …Which handles hi-res (that's a scam, by the way - there's no difference in audio quality, it just makes the files larger)


Whilst I'm aware that the quality I'd the mastering is far more important than the bitrate of the audio, that is a ridiculously incorrect statement.
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The real deal!
Thanks, got to be worth a quid
I think the best one is:

extreamsd.com/ind…pro

Which handles hi-res (that's a scam, by the way - there's no difference in audio quality, it just makes the files larger) as well as letting you connect your phone's usb to an external DAC in "bit-perfect mode" entirely bypassing the phone's internal dac/logic, which very few other audio players support.
Edited by: "SmutBuffet" 1st Jan
SmutBuffet01/01/2020 14:39

I think the best one …I think the best one is:https://www.extreamsd.com/index.php/products/usb-audio-player-proWhich handles hi-res (that's a scam, by the way - there's no difference in audio quality, it just makes the files larger) as well as letting you connect your phone's usb to an external DAC in "bit-perfect mode" entirely bypassing the phone's internal dac/logic, which very few other audio players support.



It better be for £6.50
SmutBuffet01/01/2020 14:39

I think the best one …I think the best one is:https://www.extreamsd.com/index.php/products/usb-audio-player-proWhich handles hi-res (that's a scam, by the way - there's no difference in audio quality, it just makes the files larger) as well as letting you connect your phone's usb to an external DAC in "bit-perfect mode" entirely bypassing the phone's internal dac/logic, which very few other audio players support.


Not everyone wants to carry extra hardware around with them

For me poweramp works just fine other players struggle to find all of my tracks and albums on my 256gb pro evo in my Galaxy S10 running android 10

I paid full price for this it does what i need and does it well

I will use this with my tablet thanks (different gmail account)
SmutBuffet01/01/2020 14:39

I think the best one …I think the best one is:https://www.extreamsd.com/index.php/products/usb-audio-player-proWhich handles hi-res (that's a scam, by the way - there's no difference in audio quality, it just makes the files larger) as well as letting you connect your phone's usb to an external DAC in "bit-perfect mode" entirely bypassing the phone's internal dac/logic, which very few other audio players support.


I used to own that one, though annoyingly it's linked to a work account I no longer have access to. Can't download any of those apps to my current phone

Poweramp is excellent for the price.
SmutBuffet01/01/2020 14:39

Which handles hi-res (that's a scam, by the way - there's no difference in …Which handles hi-res (that's a scam, by the way - there's no difference in audio quality, it just makes the files larger)


Whilst I'm aware that the quality I'd the mastering is far more important than the bitrate of the audio, that is a ridiculously incorrect statement.
Been using it for years my go to music player
bleachingshane01/01/2020 15:32

Whilst I'm aware that the quality I'd the mastering is far more … Whilst I'm aware that the quality I'd the mastering is far more important than the bitrate of the audio, that is a ridiculously incorrect statement.



Read this:

people.xiph.org/~xi…tml

And watch the video.

It's not a matter of opinion, it's just how it is.
I just use google music, but apparently I already own this. What are the benefits to using this?
Not super up on all the options out there but having used Poweramp for years I'd definitely recommend it. Plays all the types of audio file I have, has a mixer that makes the music sound better, and organises everything pretty conveniently.

I think I was lucky enough to get it for 10p but even at ten times that it's worth it to have a decent app to manage your music.
ive been a VLC man for about 15 years , limewire days , what would be an advantage of this poweramp app ? im looking for wide EQ range and good folder structures ,
dazzadirect01/01/2020 16:24

ive been a VLC man for about 15 years , limewire days , what would be an …ive been a VLC man for about 15 years , limewire days , what would be an advantage of this poweramp app ? im looking for wide EQ range and good folder structures ,


VLC on Android is decent. I find Poweramp easier to navigate and it's.more feature rich.
dazzadirect01/01/2020 16:24

ive been a VLC man for about 15 years , limewire days , what would be an …ive been a VLC man for about 15 years , limewire days , what would be an advantage of this poweramp app ? im looking for wide EQ range and good folder structures ,


use the free Trial and see or pay 99p your not spending a fortune if you don't like it
VLC is good but that won't support gapless playback until v4 which is not imminent.
Nice find. I've used Pulsar for a while now but I'll have a play with this and see if it's better. The sale ends in 6 days so plenty of time to experiment.

Happy NY OP, keep up good work in 2020...

Wonderful app this btw, it could be potentially the best £0.99 you've spent in a while
Edited by: "xavierluther" 2nd Jan
I got mine for 10p (long time ago now) but still giving you Heat because it's worth it.
Just what I need. Thanks matwalaboy. 🌞
Best music playerhands down
Does this have Amazon music integration?
Sylar202002/01/2020 14:18

Does this have Amazon music integration?



No it's just for local music.
rev602/01/2020 14:19

No it's just for local music.


Ah no worries then could download all my amazon music tracks but don't see a need to use the space.
Sylar202002/01/2020 14:20

Ah no worries then could download all my amazon music tracks but don't see …Ah no worries then could download all my amazon music tracks but don't see a need to use the space.



People have been pushing the dev to add support for things like that, so it may be possible in the future.
rev602/01/2020 14:21

People have been pushing the dev to add support for things like that, so …People have been pushing the dev to add support for things like that, so it may be possible in the future.


Might but just so I own it then. Worth a punt. Amazon is DRM free so see no reason for an offline backup.
johnno7301/01/2020 16:13

I just use google music, but apparently I already own this. What are the …I just use google music, but apparently I already own this. What are the benefits to using this?


Incredible customisation/support for hi-res audio (if you bypass Android via USB DAC)
johnno7301/01/2020 16:13

I just use google music, but apparently I already own this. What are the …I just use google music, but apparently I already own this. What are the benefits to using this?


One great advantage that doesn't get publicised enough is that one can change the number of volume levels (the Android system default is usually 15).

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Thanks for this. At this price I will buy it just as an option to BlackPlayer Ex. Generally I prefer stock player looks and integration wise, but Samsung music has gone backwards and has a hard file limit for shuffle all tracks.
Edited by: "Klyken" 2nd Jan
pxh02/01/2020 19:18

One great advantage that doesn't get publicised enough is that one can …One great advantage that doesn't get publicised enough is that one can change the number of volume levels (the Android system default is usually 15).[Image]



15 is ridiculously low... I like 50. 100 is a bit tedious
bleachingshane01/01/2020 15:32

Whilst I'm aware that the quality I'd the mastering is far more … Whilst I'm aware that the quality I'd the mastering is far more important than the bitrate of the audio, that is a ridiculously incorrect statement.


That depends on how your class "Hi-Res". 24 bit audio allows for a greater dynamic range, but that range isn't leveraged in any recorded music. Many people also can't tell the difference between 320kbps MP3 files and FLAC. The mastering makes significantly more impact on the listening experience, as you said.
reubenno03/01/2020 10:40

That depends on how your class "Hi-Res". 24 bit audio allows for a greater …That depends on how your class "Hi-Res". 24 bit audio allows for a greater dynamic range, but that range isn't leveraged in any recorded music. Many people also can't tell the difference between 320kbps MP3 files and FLAC. The mastering makes significantly more impact on the listening experience, as you said.


FLAC files can be streamed as low as 231kbps, 4 bits per sample

If people can't tell the difference between mp3 and CD quality, problem is usually in their ears, or lack of musical quality to them, more than a good/bad engineer or recording/listening equipment (which can also apply)
Edited by: "xavierluther" 3rd Jan
xavierluther03/01/2020 15:18

FLAC files can be streamed as low as 231kbps, 4 bits per sampleIf people …FLAC files can be streamed as low as 231kbps, 4 bits per sampleIf people can't tell the difference between mp3 and CD quality, problem is usually in their ears, or lack of musical quality to them, more than a good/bad engineer or recording/listening equipment (which can also apply)


It's pretty obvious that when people refer to FLAC Vs MP3 they mean lossless flac files. I don't doubt that people's ears are the issue, but that doesn't discount the point that for most people (if not all), Hi-Res audio is pointless.
reubenno03/01/2020 15:27

It's pretty obvious that when people refer to FLAC Vs MP3 they mean …It's pretty obvious that when people refer to FLAC Vs MP3 they mean lossless flac files. I don't doubt that people's ears are the issue, but that doesn't discount the point that for most people (if not all), Hi-Res audio is pointless.


Not so obvious, it could be hi-res flac too, the kind you don't like apparently, apart from CD standard and below (long way from 1,411 kbps to 320 or less, as pointed above)

Hi-res audio is a contested matter, differences with CD format more difficult to appreciate, for all kinds of ears, dependence on quality equipment bigger, it's very much the future, and present for some already. As usual, tech development will keep improving it and make it more accessible to the masses
Edited by: "xavierluther" 3rd Jan
Paid full price back in 2015 and never really got to use it. I thought i only i bought two apps which were this and nova launcher but it seems like i bought few other apps that i was not aware of.
Edited by: "xPabloz" 11th Jan
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