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Hi, I'm fairly new to the app (bought it about 3 months ago), and the main reasons I chose Poweramp among the others are the "Most Played" category displaying the exact amount of times a song has been played, and the large number of customizable settings overall. I'm really happy of this feature, and I'd be glad to have access to more general and specific listening data, such as : time spent playing music; time spent playing music by artists ordered by most played, (or albums/genres/whatever); time spent playing music by headset/bluetooth; and all these would be viewable by (day?)/week/month/year/overall or any period of time. It would also be interesting to consider number of plays instead of minutes spent (like a togglable thing), which is already partially done with the default Most Played list. Before listening to my music on Poweramp on my current phone, I was using the default player of my old Sony phone and one of the pre-installed sony app (Lifelog) was doing a similar (but way less complete) work. Attached: a screenshot of what it offered. [Translation: Day/Week/Month/Year // August 2020 // 376:49 hours // Daily average : 12:09 hours // 5 most played songs (of the month)] I'm not really into data management, SQL and this type of things so I don't really know how hard it would be to implement a feature like that, but I would love to see my detailled listening statistics! Thank you
I see a lot of people uploading their Spotify year statistics about their top 5 artists for the year, top genre, how many hours they listened on Spotify in 2019, etc. I feel it would be great if Poweramp can include such infographic as well. Which would display : top 5 most listened artists, top genre, top 5 songs, most listened albums (albums which have > 8 tracks), etc all in an infographic. It can be a big deal!
add more statistics, please. For example: "most played albums", "most played artists", "never played" (like lists of options in the library); Another suggestion is the option to change the order of categories in the library (as you can change the order of songs in the playback queue)