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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. Just wondering if there is a plan to add Native (mechanism) music syncing between desktop PC and Android app? Thank you
  2. Please add this to the Windows 10 store so I can get it on my PC. Please, I will even purchase it again just so I can have it on my computer. I would do almost anything to have Poweramp on my computer instead of always haveing to use my phone. PLEASE
  3. Being a new member of the android community, I was browsing for good audio players which supported gapless playback and flac support. Poweramp was featured on top 3 of almost forums I consulted. I was skeptic about paying for an app, but after using it Poweramp became an instant favorite! I'm stuck with iTunes for my desktop as it is the only player which provides seamless gapless playback (that I know of... & alas, it doesn't support flac). It would be great if you guys come up with a desktop version of Poweramp.
  4. Hi, first of all sorry for my English. I have the full version from google play store. In the past I was able to put a icon/shortcut to a playlist in the desktop. Here is a screenshot: I have made a factory reset, and now, I am not able to do it again, I do not remember how I made it the first time. Anyone knows how to do it? Thanks in advance
  5. Hello, I am looking for some help building a music play list. I want to be able to take my new Motorola Android phone on the beach, and play music on my new bluetooth speaker, without streaming (because I do not want to use my data allotment). I want it kept local. I need help building the playlist on my desktop computer. What I would like to do is convert all of my YouTube songs I have in a desktop file folder to mp3 files (I think I want mp3 format - I would take suggestions for other format - also, if anyone can suggest a YouTube converter that is decent, I would welcome that recommendation.) Once I have playlist built, I need help on converting that playlist on the desktop, over to the Motorola Android phone, where I intend to purchase Poweramp. Thanks a million for any help. - Mark
  6. Hey all! I've been searching for a music player for my phone (HTC Evo Design 4g) and I only really cared about two features: 1) Star ratings sync back to PC 2) Shuffle by Album, like on the iPod Classic. I found Poweramp and thought I found the app for me! I immediately bought the full version. To my dismay, I found that the ratings don't sync!!! Grrr!! I want to be able to rate songs on my phone and have them sync back to a player other than iTunes. I prefer MusicBee, but I could consider another if it is supported. I really hope to see this functionality soon! ST
  7. 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?