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The newest in HipHop & RnB music, updated daily!
With monthly BestOf's and Daily playlists for your every need. Stream on the go or download to your device.
We have found that from Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) most devices are supported as Google has updated how audio streams are handled and codec support has become much better.
Older devices are somewhat at their manufacturer's mercy and how they have implemented the codec support, especially Motorola phones seem to cause problems.
Still, to support as many devices as possible we have added alternative methods of streaming, which you can try out in the settings (Compatibility mode and local proxy mode). If your streaming works fine, please do not enable these options.
Please let us know about any problems via eMail (we can't respond to comments here in the Play store, unfortunately) and we will do our best to support your device!
Where do all those songs come from?
All playlists come from http://rnb4u.in which is a great site for everything HipHop, RnB and House/Electro. Visit them and like their Facebook page. The songs are hosted with various hosting companies. RnB4u only provides links to them.
Why are some songs down?
If a song is down, this is indicated by a red dot next to the track in the playlist. The older the playlist the more offline tracks you will find. Unfortunately, there is nothing we can do about that.
Some songs load fast, others take forever. Why?
The songs are hosted with a great number of different hosting companies. Most of them offer great speed, others don't. But you can always download it to your device with the Pro version. Also, we recommend using WiFi whenever possible.
Free: Those ads are so annoying. How can I get rid of them?
We display ads in the free version only. You can upgrade to the Pro version for a small price which will disable all ads and give you additional features, like downloading the tracks to your SD card for offline use.
Pro: I downloaded a few tracks. Now I can't find them.
All downloads go to "sdcard/RnBPlayer". Usually, all media players will find them. Some devices require a restart to update the media index.
The playback controls in the statusbar don't work.
This feature is officially supported from Android 3.0 and onwards. Some manufacturers have already added this in Android 2.2 though.