POWERAMP Posts on XDA

Poweramp adds Powerstream, an HTTP streaming feature for online radio

If you are a long-time Android user, from perhaps the Gingerbread or even Froyo era, then you definitely have heard about Poweramp. Poweramp is one of the oldest and still updated music players for Android, that has been around for as long as the OS has been around. Over these years, the very concept of...

Poweramp v3 build 842 adds external storage support for Chrome OS, search in Settings, and more

When talking about third-party music players, the first name that always springs to mind is Poweramp. Granted, there are plenty of good music players out there on the Play Store, but none match the level of customization and features that Poweramp offers. Poweramp was the go-to music player for a vast majority of Android users...

Poweramp gets Android Auto support and improved Google Assistant integration

Poweramp is arguably one of the most popular audio players for Android. While it's user interface never turned any heads, it was the functionality that had users loving the app. Some of the unique features are powerful bass and treble controls, Hi-Res output support, DVC, lyrics support and so much more. To put it in...

Popular music player Poweramp reaches v3 with new design and audio engine

Poweramp is a free and incredibly popular music player available in the Play Store. With over 50 million downloads and an average of 4.4-star reviews, it has become the music player of choice for many, many people. Not everyone prefers music streaming services like Spotify, YouTube Music, Pandora, or Apple Music, so Poweramp has given...

Poweramp returns from the grave with a new UI

Most audiophiles around here probably remember Poweramp. The paid ($3.99) music player might not be a winner in the looks department, but it makes up for it by being one of the most feature-rich music players out there. So feature rich and reliable, in fact, that it remained the player of choice for some users...

Enjoy Music Visualization on Every Screen with MUVIZ Nav Bar Audio Visualizer

Listening to your tunes while using your phone is a fairly common way to use your device. Unfortunately, if you want to listen to your music and see a visual representation of the audio playback, you would usually have to remain within the music app. That can be a bummer since it means you can't enjoy...