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  1. The title is clear, I think. The app icons (like the icon of "all songs" in the library or "shuffle" icon) looks very old. I think they are with us since Android 2.x times. It may be a good idea to refresh the icons. (I'm using v3 build 795) Note: I searched forum to avoid creating duplicate topics, but I didn't found one. Sorry if there exists one.
  2. So now that this latest Poweramp can (on supported devices) actually change to a sample rate other than 48KHz, I think it should have an option to change the sample rate depending on the input and use whatever the actual input uses. Eg play a 44.1KHz file at 44.1KHz, a 48KHz at 48KHz, etc etc. Perhaps a nice option might be to have a 2x option for an exact doubling resample (eg 44.1 to 88.2 which IS an official standard for digital devices, but not thought of normally so I'm not sure if it works in Android, and 48 would obviously double to the rather well known 96.) Obviously it wouldn't double anything that's already at the max (eg no doubling of 176.4 or 192KHz sources.) Perhaps even a 4x mode for those who want 176.4 and 192. This way resampling is kept to the cleanest results or not used at all where possible. This doesn't just have theoretically better sound, but should even use a tiny bit less CPU power. (Well, probably not a huge difference, but perhaps especially handy when listening for a long time.) Not that I'm saying it has a bad resampler (I seem to recall reading really good things about the optional SoX resampler in fact) just that I generally prefer to keep things 1:1 whenever I can and even SoX will surely do better with an exact 2.0x or 4.0x multiplier versus, say, 1.088x or 4.36x or whatever since quite a lot of content is still at 44.1KHz these days and will likely remain so for a long time still (standards sure are frighteningly slow to improve in markets like these...)
  3. Hi, I have my player almost always on random to mix songs (duh) But when I have company, I want to avoid certain songs. Could you add a button or a feature to look up the next eg. 10 songs? So to know whats ahead. This list could be 5-15 songs. Basically this would be a dynamic playlist made by the app itself. Thanks for reading this!
  4. I'm a big fan of Poweramp and it's genuinely made listening to music on android feel so much more controlled by me rather than by the company that made it. It reminds me a lot of the early days of winamp. I also like these forums and think it would be great if there was an off topic thread/area. I don't want to go and post random information in common talk if it's going to get in the way of app discussion.
  5. This Idea popped into my head the other day and I haven't been able to get rid of it, so I thought I'd share it and see if anyone else thinks it's as good as I do... Currently in the main "player" screen there are two different ways of skipping forward and backward through tracks. You can either use the buttons below the album art, or you can swipe on the album art itself. However, in order to select a different track in the album or playlist you are currently listening to, it is necessary to go back into the library menus. A good way around this (I think) would be to remove the track skip when swiping on the album art and instead implement a feature whereby drawing from right to left on the album art gradually brought a track listing in from the left side of the screen. The track list would move in synchrony with the users finger, and would disappear if the finger was lifted. with the users finger moving right to left, and the track listing moving left to right, the two would eventually meet. The user would be able to choose the next track by moving his finger up or down until it rested over the desired track and then lifting, causing the track to play. Its quite a simple idea, and I've probably made it sound more complicated than it is, but it's surprisingly difficult to explain without pictures! but basically the track listing would always move in synchrony with the users finger, (however in the opposite direction). Thereby making selecting a different track from the current album or playlist extremely quick, and more of a "swipe gesture" than something requiring multiple taps. Let me know what you think, I think its a great idea, but then I might just be going mad!
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