Astro Player Pro
10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- Lots of audio and video formats supported
- Radio stations
- Audio boosters & Equalizer
- Navigation should be more intuitive
Astro Player is a full-featured media player
Streaming music might be the future, but some users still prefer playing their own local media files, not depending on any network or mobile data connection. If that's your case, you've come to the right place.
Astro Player allows you to play music, video, podcasts, audiobooks and even radio stations from your mobile device. It supports lots of audio and video formats (mp3, mp4, 3gp, ogg, flac, wav, mid...) and features different tools to get a high-end music experience. Let's name some of them.
Astro Player scans your media library on first launch and organizes it automatically by media type, artists, album and genre. Navigate through Astro Player's built-in file explorer and select any media file located on your SDcard to play it.
Playlists? Of course - create as many as you want, using any media file located on your mobile device. Bookmarks are also supported to provide a quick access to your favorite tracks.
If you are concerned about sound, set it according to your whim using the equalizer and the sound controls. Adjust specific parameters for video, playlists, postcasts and other media files just exactly as you please.
You can literally get lost within the incredible variety of settings. Tweak almost everything: cover art, lyrics (MusiXMatch integration), playback speed, tag scanner, headseat response, hotkeys and actions, backup options... Actually, that last one is quite important: once you've tweaked your Astro Player to your liking, you can keep all your preferences safe on your SDcard by selecting auto-backups.
Astro Player also supports radio streaming. The amount and variety of radio stations should be improved, but it's definitely nice having the chance to take a break from your music and discover new artists for a change of pace.
The only catch of Astro Player is its design: it feels too much like a "file explorer". It should be more visual, add some transition effects and gestures for friendlier navigation.
Regardless, Astro Player is a full-featured media player with almost everything you could possibly need to play your media files locally.
Audio: mp3, ogg, flac, m4b(partial support), mp4, 3gp, mid, wma(not all devices), xmf, mxmf, rtttl,rtx, wav, m4a, amr.
Video: mp4, 3gp
Unlimited number of custom bookmarks
Rewind on pause / after bookmark
Adjustable audio speed (only mp3)
Adjustable speed pitch control
Auto removal of played podcasts
Wi-Fi white/black lists
Gapless and Mono playback
Playlist auto generation based on a selected folder
Search in playlists and music browser
Sorting tracks by rating and play count
M3U playlists support
Select a folder for playback
Resume/pause playback when the headset is plugged/unplugged
Bluetooth headset support
Hotkeys, actions, menu, and buttons organizers
Preloaded Internet Radio stations
Fetching cover arts
Customize mode for skin buttons
Fetch lyrics from the Internet
Lyrics from tags
Custom backup rotation
Playing video in background
Non-Unicode encoding support (displays Artist, Album in your own language for Non-Unicode encodings)
Astro Player Wiki
Astro Player Support Forum
Astro Player Pro purchase issues F.A.Q.
- updated bookmark screen
- updated options screen
- add ability to setup actions on double and triple headset clicks and shake
- fix invisible folders for KitKat
- other fixes
- improved tag scanner
- improved sorting in media browser
- some stability fixes
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
Resume function is spotty. It goes to the beginning of the track half the time. When resume works, it starts for a couple seconds then rewinds a few seconds, then plays again. Annoying. Buttons are much less responsive and have about a 2 second delay.
I used to use this player exclusively for my audio book because it never lost its place. Since the last update that's no longer true. I cannot count on it picking up where I left off now. Trying Winamp again.
A couple updates ago I started noticing that some of my audio books no longer reported the correct length. As of this last update I now find that none of the have the correct time. The last short story I had it read was actually about 22 minutes but it re
Now it wont detect sd card i have used this for my audiobooks for as long as ive had a smart phone all the way back to my droid2 now im forced to find something else
This app is not great in the first place, but it did what I wanted it to do (faster playback). Now, however, it will not play the files I select--instead, it randomly selects songs to play. Please, Rosfactory, do not respond with the same link as you have
I like this player for the quality of the pitch adjustment, but one bug really irritates me and that is when you go back to the song list, it goes right to the top when it should go to where your current song is.