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Hello there, new user. I just started using Poweramp after coming to Android from iOS, so far I think it's a tremendous app, tons of great options and customizability, but the one problem like many Android apps seem to have is no volume slider on the main screen. I know there is a volume knob in the EQ settings but I think adding a knob or slider on the main player screen would be great for those of us who don't want to press the hardware buttons all the time, it would not be difficult to implement as an option. Also, perhaps the ability to slide up and down on the album art to increase the volume and decrease. Anyway, great app aside from that so far, I will probably be buying the full version! Thanks.
Support for more screen sizes. Simple enough i think.. My phone has two screens(ZTE axon m) and when its in Extended screen mode, the screen size is 1920x2160 but the controls are now here to be seen. So maybe a way to get more screen resolutions supporter in some way would be nice, including more uncommon screen sizes. There is no hurry, as i can still use the notification to control music, but its just annoying to either have to use single screen or use the notification to control the music.
Hey guys, it seems that v3 is missing a functionality that was really important to me with 4000 songs now. We used to be able to search through the list of songs on the current screen with a search bar at the top. It appears this functionality is missing? Or I haven't found it yet? Still getting used to the updates. Overall still a great update and I know this took a lot of time and hard work. And help greatly appreciated!
I fed pink noise to the player to get a uniform distribution. Then I produced some peaks in the distribution by attenuating most frequencies and enabling just one. I would have expected to see a match between the equalizer curve and the spectrum. As shown in the appended screenshots it didn't work that way. This seems to be a design flaw. The equalizer is equally distributed per octave, that means its x-axis is logarithmic. The spectrums, generally for the visualization and especially the one used for the equalizer screen, have a linear x-axis( can be seen when playing white noise - the spectrums then show a uniform distribution, as they should ). So these two don't fit together. An equalizer screen spectrum which uses equal amount of space on the x-axis per octave would be better.