500,000 - 1,000,000 downloads
- Lots of audio and video formats supported
- Radio stations
- Audio boosters & Equalizer
- Navigation should be more intuitive
+ By Sidenis LLC
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
Adjustable audio speed[only 2.0x-6.0x] (only mp3)
Adjustable speed pitch control
Playlist auto generation based on a selected folder
Search in playlists and music browser
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
Fetching cover arts[only from ID3tags]
Non-Unicode encoding support (displays Artist, Album in your own language for Non-Unicode encodings)
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0. Playback speed improvements
0. In-app purchase
1. Minor bug fixes
0. Back button navigation in Music File Browser
1. New mechanism of continuous media files synchronization (now new media files appear in player immediately, no additional actions from user are required)
2. Wi-fi music streaming powered by Qualcomm® AllPlay™
3. Stability and bug fixes
most customizable app around <3the playspeed functionality is the BEST for electronic music, dont be bound to these low BPMs speed it upp babayyyyy
I bought this years ago. New phone, and now, the paid version doesn't show in play store. Any help?
I like, This is best sound music.
Really sloppy. First, I had to pay again for the same app after they re-released with in-app purchasing. Will not support this developer again due to those business practices. Second, the app is a borderline mess. My playback speed settings don't stick. I can't delete a file directly from the currently playing list. The widgets have gotten worse since the old version and no functionality has b
Would like to have on note 4.
I have bought another tablet and installed Astro Player on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 tablet. It plays all the songs (mp3, wma, etc.) I am very happy. The Arc 7 ( Kobo) tablet/eReader is not working with this music app. Kobo, you are toast.