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Old 07 March 2011, 10:53 pm   #21
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Thanks, Roland. I didn't even know there's a Rockbox port for Android. I'll add DeaDBeeF Player soon.
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Old 04 April 2011, 12:16 pm   #22
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Default Meridian doesn't read APEv2 tags

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Meridian Player for Android also supports Musepack (sv7), but actually it is based on andLess engine.

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Moreover, Meridian looks like a pretty good player, and yes, it reads mpc files, but not APEv2 tags. You can vote on this page if you want this feature to appear some day.
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DeaDBeeF 1.0.4 stable for Android was released these days.
It plays SV8 perfectly, still does not support APEv2 tags, but this is a common issue for most players I've tried on Android .
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Two more players for Android with Musepack support (SV7 only, no APE tags):
- LePlayer
- SeamanPlayer
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Too bad. It's strange that they don't use a decoder library that was released so long ago. I'll update the list, thanks.
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Old 10 December 2012, 07:55 pm   #26
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DeaDBeeF 1.0.4 stable for Android was released these days.
It plays SV8 perfectly, still does not support APEv2 tags, but this is a common issue for most players I've tried on Android .
Note that the latest version supports APEv2 tags now.
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I haven't announced Poweramp for android till now, because it's not open source, not free, but... well, it's really good.
And very cheap, actually, as most Android applications.
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Old 18 December 2012, 10:38 pm   #28
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Yep, it's already listed . I also noticed that it's become extremely popular in a very short time. It just shows that, as always, the developers with a proper player are the ones that win users, and not those who don't "get it" with their fancy features that don't appeal to people as much as format support and organization.
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FYI a few more players now listed are Neutron Music Player, Rocket Player, and the Android version of jetAudio.
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added 3 iOS players: Pure Player, Media Player PRO, BUZZ Player, and updated the main page.
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