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Request For Tagging Features


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  1. 1. Do you think this is a good idea?

    • Yes,please try to realize this feature
    • No,I think this feature is useless.
    • En,I don`t care.

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Dear Developer:
        First I would like to thank for developing such a nice audio player on Android, which name is Poweramp, After I tried it I found it awesome and soon I bought it, and I'm waiting for your future update on version 3.0.
        I have a suggestion for this app, it's adding tags for my music, and according to those tags to make a playlist for different situations.
        For example, if I got 500 pieces of music in my phone, there'll be some different ways of classifing them:
        Pop, Rap, Jazz,
        or English, Chinese, Japanese,
        or happy, sad, relaxed,
        or for sunny days, rainy days, before sleeping, while walking,
        Since there're so many different ways of classifications, it's impossible to put those files in a single directory.
        If I want to listening before I go to sleep, and when I click the playlist, none of those playlist including Folders, Artists, Albums and so on will be perfect for pre-sleeping. But if there's a tagging system, it will sovle that problem. While adding this music on my phone, I can tag them with "English", "Relaxed", "Sleeping" and other tags, and do this to all of my music, then it will be much more easy to generate a play list perfect for those situations. Since some of the tags are common used, it will be better to add a list of common tags for users to select with, it cuts a lot of time and make tagging music faster.
        I don't know if it is hard to developing such features, but I didn't see any other apps which have such fuctions. If you can make it in the future version of Poweramp, I'll be grateful for your work.
        Thanks for reading this.


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  • 2 weeks later...

Actually the "mood" tag would be great for this, and it doesn't seem to be supported. I add this to my various music files using foobar2k. Having it in Poweramp would be marginally useful but as my collection is large enough that I have to convert/shrink it down to ogg to put on my phone its not as useful (as i am not going to copy the lower quality phone ogg files back to my main collection)

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