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      Poweramp v3 Project Update   04/24/2017

      As you may be aware, the Poweramp developer has been working hard on an updated material design user interface for Poweramp v3 which required a full ground-up rebuild of the code and is taking some time to get to a beta-test stage. See the forum thread for more details and to discuss.    


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  1. Yeah, but then you also have the Blizzard-esque companies that have games in development for years and cancel them because they didn't feel good enough to ship. Sounds good. OK, Dec 25 seems reasonable Still, going by the massive delays this project has experienced so far I'll hope for a June 2018 release haha
  2. It's probably much easier to create a music player based on existing libraries than custom-building all of the frameworks required to have hi-res output on tens of devices. Creating a standard API to make everything skinnable is probably also more difficult than having a set interface. It's also highly likely that Max has a day job as well, so if he was busy he wouldn't be able to spend as much time as normal working on it. I don't think Poweramp would sell enough consistently to earn enough to live on. I'm not saying that it's not disappointing to have ETAs constantly being pushed back, forcing users to deal with bugs because he can't release a new version based on half-baked code. All I'm trying to get across is that Max is also a person, and that it's incredibly difficult to give accurate estimations on how long complex software takes to develop, especially on a one-man team working part-time.
  3. Not what I was expecting given the previous mock-ups, but it's decent. I'm hoping there will be a way to customise the gestures and layout, but it's most likely not going to happen. Edit 1: Looks like a Samsung device, so hopefully this means the driver problems have been fixed and a release will be out soon. Also, thanks @clever_man
  4. Poweramp is the only reason I'm not upgrading my phone to Android Nougat. I don't want to risk it breaking when it's working on Marshmallow, so I'm stuck with security updates from December of 2016.
  5. Turn DVC off and Atmos should work.
  6. I can't say I've had problems with album art not displaying at strange aspect ratios except on the library screen where it distorts itself into a square. Have you tried clearing the album art cache?
  7. Thank you for the update. It's really great to see that development is moving along, even if estimated times are pushed back from what was previously expected Do you have any plans to add a dark mode?
  8. This has already been discussed in the testing forum, but I'll repost it here. The S7's volume output for headphones is abnormally low when not using the hi-res audio output. Disabling DVC seems to help slightly, but it's still not as loud as the stock players unless I push the preamp all the way up. The hi-res output is as loud as the stock output with preamp at default settings. Details: Samsung Galaxy S7 SM-G930F (Exynos) Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, December 2016 Security Updates, stock TouchWiz, not rooted. Poweramp build 703, Google Play. MusicFX and Adapt Sound disabled.
  9. I don't have any problems with playing 24-bit 192kHz files using the Hi-Res audio output on my Samsung Galaxy S7.
  10. As much as I love Poweramp, if there isn't a dark mode or black skin available in the next alpha I might have to either hold back from updating or switch to a different app as I have everything else on my phone set to a dark theme. Having a mostly black interface also helps when using the app at night. Skins are currently disabled, so I'm not really expecting there to be a dark skin in the alpha test (but I'm still kind of hoping there will be one). Can Max perhaps include a dark mode and maybe a accent colour selector (if applicable) in an update some time in the future if they're not in the app already? It's great to see that the app's development is moving along nicely, though
  11. Thanks. The odd thing is that it doesn't happen every time I exit the app.
  12. Hi there. I noticed a problem with the sound on my device after using Poweramp's Hi-Res audio output. After leaving the app, when I tried to play audio through any other channel (i.e. every other app except Poweramp while it is using Hi-Res mode) I would only get a high pitched chittering sound. This bug affects all audio outputs on the device that use the internal DAC and is extremely annoying so it would be nice to have a fix ASAP. I'm using a Samsung Galaxy S7 with the Exynos chipset and the Lucky CS47L91 DAC. I have the latest updates applied and this has happened multiple times. Thanks.
  13. If Hi-Res Bluetooth audio isn't supported would this be a bug on my device? http://imgur.com/tOcabcn (ugh can't upload more screenshots) I have Bluetooth displayed as an option on my device under Hi-Res audio output.
  14. Can you try clearing the app data and recreating everything? This will clear EVERYTHING from Poweramp's settings, so back them up if you want to keep them.