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Looking For A Music Player For Android


I have an Android phone & was wondering if anybody would know of a good music player app that scrolls left to right of the song title as I edit my mp3's to my liking. I find the default music player too simple & boring so anyhelp would be greatly appericated.

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Hey TheZommer! You'll find the top 5 music apps for your Android, from this link: http://koo.do/19aFUr9b. Enjoy! ________________________ If you see a good answer, give it a star.
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Khaleila wrote:

Hey TheZommer! You'll find the top 5 music apps for your Android, from this link: http://koo.do/1...

Don't think your link works, Khaleila, at least not for me :) 
Zoomer have you tried Google Music? With a little one time trick, you can even upload all your music to their cloud and edit the names, titles etc. I find it very versatile to use, but to me the best feature is the cloud storage :)
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Khaleila wrote:

Hey TheZommer! You'll find the top 5 music apps for your Android, from this link: http://koo.do/1...

Yeah Sophia! you,re right, I had one letter to many. Here's the correct link TheZommer : http://koo.do/19aFUr9.
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Khaleila wrote:

Hey TheZommer! You'll find the top 5 music apps for your Android, from this link: http://koo.do/1...

I'm not a fan of Google Play music, the interface uses too many lagre icons/squares... but it reminds me a little a bit of HTC's player I used on the One so that's a good thing.
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Khaleila wrote:

Hey TheZommer! You'll find the top 5 music apps for your Android, from this link: http://koo.do/1...

That works, thanks Khaleila!
Agree with you Jonathan that the interface of Google Pay Music is not the best... wish they updated that. I think my favorite feature is the cloud storage really. Is the HTC music player you mentioned below available for other devices or is it a proprietary app?
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Khaleila wrote:

Hey TheZommer! You'll find the top 5 music apps for your Android, from this link: http://koo.do/1...

Unfortunately it's proprietary. Maybe OEMs should look into making theirs available on other manufacturer's devices.
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I have to say that HTC's music player (on the HTC One, anyway) was one of the best/simplest players I've used overall. It was intuitive, it updated Album Art and artist pictures OTA, plus the sound quality was awesome. Samsung's is actually pretty good, too. LG's isn't my favorite but it's serviceable, I would assume Sony's is good too (but I haven't tried it recently). Since there doesn't seem to be a way to get an OEM's music player on other phones aside from rooting, as far as media players on the Play Store go, Rocket Player is a good one. I tried WinAmp for a while too and that one was good but the interface wasn't to my liking. If you want to edit your mp3 files for artist/track/album etc. then get mp3edit.
I have a Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom not a HTC
the link provided doesn't work
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Hey TheZommer, Here's the correct link: http://koo.do/19aFUr9.
Userlevel 7
Try Rocket Player or WinAmp.
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I use Poweramp: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.maxmpz.audioplayer I've liked it so much that I upgraded to the paid version.
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+1 Poweramp, I have the paid version as well.
Thank you all for the help 😉
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Hey TheZoomer, have you tried Google's Play Music? It's pretty decent and sync with your itunes!
I noticed that Poweramp doesn't scroll the title of the song 😞 as I want something that will scroll the title of the song
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My vote would go to WinAmp if the stock player doesn't satisfy your needs.
i am using "Now Playing" http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=40139697 qr code for direct download

Marcel in O-Town,does my phone need to be rooted ?

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