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  1. I was hoping to see this implemented in to the recent release. Maybe next time?
  2. I found a great app. for this on the Google play store. It's called "volumeNext Free" When the screen for your android device is "on" the volume controls function normally. When the screen is off, the volume rocker functions as "next" and "previous" track. Works great for me in Poweramp.
  3. I found a great app. for this on the Google play store. It's called "volumeNext Free" When the screen for your android device is "on" the volume controls function normally. When the screen is off, the volume rocker functions as "next" and "previous" track. Works great for me in Poweramp.
  4. Yes I would like to see this too. I originally posted about the desire for this feature back in January. I did get some positive responses http://forum.poweram...__fromsearch__1
  5. I'd like to see the option to show the "year" from the ID tags. Similar to the way you can select the option to show "file names" I realize there is not a lot of room for additional info in that area, but maybe it could be choice option for not showing the album, or filename if you chose to display the "year"
  6. I'd like to see the ability adjust the crossfader control to do what I would actually call "crossplay" instead of actually fading the song prematurely in and out. I don't understand why software crossfaders on music apps work the way they do. Think about it... Listening to radio stations and the way DJ's start the next track, you never actually hear the song fade off prematurely. DJ's most always start the next track before the previous track has ended. If a song has an intentional abrupt ending or beginning, I don't want to hear it being faded. It just doesn't sound right. I think there shou
  7. I'd like to see the ability adjust the crossfader control to do what I would actually call "crossplay" instead of actually fading the song prematurely in and out. I don't understand why software crossfaders on music apps work the way they do. Think about it... Listening to radio stations and the way DJ's start the next track, you never actually hear the song fade off prematurely. DJ's most always start the next track before the previous track has ended. If a song has an intentional abrupt ending or beginning, I don't want to hear it being faded. It just doesn't sound right. I think there shou
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