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Can anyone suggest a light Music Player for CM based ROMs. Apollo does the job quite good. But the album art is a bit pixellated or blurred. Tried a couple of players but if anyone knows suggest me. It would be great if you guys can suggest a player with works very well with 180dp ROMs like RR.
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Can anyone suggest a light Music Player for CM based ROMs. Apollo does the job quiet good. But the album art is a bit pixellated or blurred. Tried a couple of players but if anyone knows suggest me. It would be great if you guys can suggest a player with works very well with 180dp ROMs like RR.
Try Player Pro, this is a free version to try it out - https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...playerprotrial

I've been using this app's full version since 4.1.2 and I love it.
It has everything you might need,
- lists (artists, folders, playlist, album etc)
- artist/album art download, you can even manually set and edit details of songs and select art inside the player
- can be used with Viper, DSP Manager as well as Player Pro DSP
- several widgets to choose from
- shake to switch feature

Try it out, you won't be disappointed
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Can anyone suggest a light Music Player for CM based ROMs. Apollo does the job quiet good. But the album art is a bit pixellated or blurred. Tried a couple of players but if anyone knows suggest me. It would be great if you guys can suggest a player with works very well with 180dp ROMs like RR.
Try wiizm music player, according to me it's better than player pro
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Try wiizm music player, according to me it's better than player pro
I had never come across it before and it seems to have nice feel and effects judging from the screenshots.
Downloading it now, gonna try it for a while, thanks for the suggest.
 
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Try wiizm music player, according to me it's better than player pro
Player is good by its look and feel.. But i prefer the album art to be displayed in a full scale as in stock player and player pro.

Btw, Wiizm Player FC when Equalizer is opened.

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Player is good by its look and feel.. But i prefer the album art to be displayed in a full scale as in stock player and player pro.

Btw, Wiizm Player FC when Equalizer is opened.

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But mine is working fine and equaliser is working perfectly
 
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What about PowerAmp dude ?
It's the best player IMHO.

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It's the best player IMHO.

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Yup you are right... PowerAmp is good and the best as i know. But in person, i don't like it

I just wanted a simple player with a simple interface, which displays album art fully and clearly. And i like to hear music in that simple way.. I don need heavy features like poweramp.

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Yup you are right... PowerAmp is good and the best as i know. But in person, i don't like it

I just wanted a simple player with a simple interface, which displays album art fully and clearly. And i like to hear music in that simple way.. I don need heavy features like poweramp.

Nywyz Thanks for your opinion Bro.
Did you try Google Play Music btw ?

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