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kcaudell

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  1. Well, I'm sure this isn't the first request, but I didn't see a recent one so I'll post it. I already own Poweramp for Android but I'm moving to Windows Phone 8 and for $20 I'd buy it again. It's a steal at $5. This is the first application that I've found that allows me to have a true music player and my phone in a single device. Without Poweramp I had to wrestle with crappy presets. Each set of earphones have their own sonic characteristics and your application is the first I've ever owned that allows me to compensate for weaknesses in these earphones. Not to mention my aging ears. Sadly. So, let me say it again. Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8 Windows Phone 8!!!! Thank you. Kelvin
  2. I would buy it for my Surface Pro.
  3. Windows 8 Phone. I've been an Android user and I'm contemplating getting the Surface Phone when it's available. Not having Poweramp is one of the things that would hold this up. Your program is the first tool I've owned that gives me the control over the sound coming out of my phone that allows me to use it as a music server. Thank you. Kelvin
  4. When do you expect to support WMA Pro? I have all of my CD's in my collection written to WMA Pro. I would hate to have to convert them to mp3 just to play them on my phone. Actually, I wouldn't. I'm sure this has been asked before but I didn't find it before page 32 of 36. Sorry if it's a repeat. Great program, have been a user and advocate since ...... I don't remember. A long time. Thank you.
  5. I think it does do this. My RAZR pays attention and loads the appropriate setting. Car Dock gets Ford, headset gets Ety, and home dock gets Jolida. Automatically.
  6. I'll add my comment here instead of starting a new topic. THANKS!!! You just saved me $ 179 on a new Zune and one more piece of gear to carry around. With this app and a $100 32GB MicroSD I can have my tunes and EQ too. I consider myself a discerning listener and the EQ that's been available (or lack thereof) in ANY segment of the phone market and most of the mainstream MP3 player market is an embarrassment to the manufacturers. Apple's and Microsoft's lack of user control is ridiculous and lazy. Here, you have solved my problem and done it well for a steal. $5???? I would have gladly paid $20.... maybe $50. I'll echo the request above as I use this via Bluetooth link to my primary stereo at home and two different headsets and each have their own unique sound profile. It would be nice to be able to select which device I'll be using for output versus changing the EQ manually for each device. Also, kudo's on your user/developer interface. This reminds me of another program that I'm a user of and the developer follows this format and it's been very successful. XYPlorer as a Windows Explorer replacement. Well done. Thanks again, I'll sing your praises to anyone that has an Android phone. This is a MUST HAVE application. Kelvin
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