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Is it possible to add a function to switch the track to the next one. Like a double tap on the phone? Is it possible to implement this function using different sensors of the phone? Just inconvenient to get the phone out of your pocket to switch the track. It happens that you like music, but at the moment you want to switch it. I'm too lazy to get my phone out of my pocket, but I have to. Clap-clap on the phone body without taking it out of pocket... and the next track sounded. Of course the feature needs to be optional. With the setting of the strength of the clap, like you hit as it should, and the program analyzes the strength and pace of strikes. To exclude false positives (if they are), you can make three claps. PS I apologize for the machine translation into English.
wooolf posted a topic in Bug ReportsSince the update to Poweramp v3 (build 808-play) I cannot control the music from my Garmin vivoactive 3 smartwatch (play/pause or previous/next track). I can control other music apps like YouTube, Spotify from the watch. I'm using a Samsung Galaxy S8+ on Android 8.0.0 I can control Poweramp from my car's Bluetooth though(previous/next track).
Please add the option to shake the device in order to play next/previous track. Despite the option to choose between long press/double/triple press functions, the earphone button doesn't always work as it should on all Android devices, especially with so many Android versions, and it would be really REALLY nice if we could skip tracks with just a shake, instead of powering the display and enter the app every time in order to do so. I have Jelly Bean 4.2.1 and the long press function is reserved now to Voice Search, so I can't use that to skip to the next track, and the double/triple button press doesn't work either. JetAudio has the "Shake to play next/previous track" function implemented and it's working great, but I like Poweramp better, and I'd really love it if I could enjoy the same option in my favorite player, too.