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Would it be possible to have a desktop app to correspond to Poweramp, maybe be able to transfer the EQ's from each app maybe sync.

i would pay another 5 dollars for an app like this haha

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I agree with this. If there was a desktop (itunes like) app that could play music on the computer and sync the songs, play counts, and ratings between the phone and computer would be amazing. I would pay for that.

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I want to chime in too. I've been using the Poweramp player for Android and love it. I love how you have easy access to the EQ's and more advanced controls. In windows media player it is a chore to even open up the EQ, let alone manage presets and the like.

I would definitely pay money for a windows or linux version of Poweramp!

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Poweramp is basically the best player I have ever used. There's no such a complex, yet easy-to-use music app out there, at least none I have heard of. I would definitely buy such an awesome player for my laptop :)

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This is the Best music playing app out. Period. I have to use another program to sync the music and play it through Poweramp, and if they were to get a desktop player to do the syncing, this would make them top 5 apps for android period. Not just as a music player but just top 5 of all android apps

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Honestly, while I love Poweramp on Android, I think development should focus on that platform, where there are less options for high-quality players. I would be hard-pressed to switch from MusicBee, and I'm sure others will prefer Foobar, MediaMonkey, Clementine, Winamp, WMP or even Songbird. Be comfortable as a leader in your niche and continue to improve your product.

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Being able to run Poweramp reliably (as a start) in Android app mode on Chromebooks would be great.  Maybe a little testing would be enough to confirm/refute that.

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As far as I know there will never be a desktop app for PA. A very nice product is Logitech Media server and client. It runs on just about anything other than Android and the cost is FREE. It can be controlled either through a web browser or apps that are available on both Android and iOS. The web interface has a couple of skins of which the material skin is very similar to PA. It's what I use at home on my main stereo system. I've written about this before;

 

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You can use Poweramp on your pc using an android emulator. I use bluestacks for the last few years but I believe some newer ones have come along recently that may or may not be better.

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