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Bluetooth media features in current cars... well... suck. Android Auto is Google's and Android Open Handset Alliance's attempt to create the best experience for car infotainment systems without the features becoming a distraction to driving. With the advent of the Android Auto app on the Play Store yesterday, Google has released a documentation for audio playback: https://developer.android.com/training/auto/audio/index.html I think adding this to Poweramp would be a great addition. What do others think? I personally think the Android Auto (and Apple Carplay) are hugely underrated.
Hey there, I'm sorry if this is in the wrong section (newcomer here). I've been having playlist syncing issues for quite some time now. I use iSyncr to sync all my music to an external sd card. If I create a new playlist on iTunes and sync that to my device, iSyncr gives the playlist a .m3u extension. After a rescan, Poweramp will detect the new .m3u playlist and add that in. Now, if I make a change/update to anexistingplaylist (add new songs, change song order etc.), and sync that, iSyncr renames the playlist's extension from .m3u to .plb. Poweramp's scanner doesn't detect this .plb playlist. I'm having to manually re-rename the extension back to .m3u in order for Poweramp to scan it through. Any help/suggestions? I've emailed the guys at iSyncr about this as well. Also other issues: Rescanned File-based playlists always saynot loaded yet, even though all the songs are in there. Only when I go into a playlist will the number of songs show.Any way to stop file-based playlists from showing their extensions (.m3u)? It has quite an unpolished, messy look. I would love it if file-based playlists were displayed the same way as system playlists.Importing System Library Playlists is quite buggy. After a fresh sync, the number of playlists imported can vary from 20 to 111. It's difficult to get an import that imports all the playlists.
I have a 72k+ music collection and I currently use Subsonic Media Server to stream my music from my computer to my Note 3 via the dSub app. It works great, but Poweramp has a much more polished and sophisticated UI. Although dSub allows me to download songs and albums to my device, I would be thrilled to have the ability to access, and play, my files from Poweramp. Anyone else interested?
It'll be really nice if you guys develop a Poweramp for desktops. I would definitely use Poweramp over Windows Media Player and iTunes. Right now, there aren't that many good desktop media players, and so I think Poweramp is a good candidate in helping people withdraw from those infamous players. Poweramp, to me is way better because it focuses on music and music quality rather than content purchases and ads. Other music players are stale, boring, kind of ugly, and lacks that passion/flare for music/sound. If you make Poweramp for desktops and enable syncing it with mobile, I'm all in. Looks way better, has more and better functions, and it is actually fun to use. Poweramp totally has potential against iTunes and WMP. As long as it is basically free to use and can run on Windows/Osx/Linux desktop and do all the necessary functions, I think a lot more people will appreciate it. It should be the superiority alternative to iTunes most definitely. Anyone want the same?