Now, I've had conversations with many Android users who have large music collections and have purchased devices that have dropped SD Card support. Yes, I do have a Meenova, but I also have a Nexus 5 and the battery life goes pretty quickly when I'm listening to music in the car. Data packages aren't cheap. Even if you have a Straight Talk Unlimited Plan (like myself), you aren't actually receiving unlimited data.
I am simply asking that someone create a tool to alter the bitrate of the tracks on my Android Device. I'd pay for an app like that. There are a couple of apps on the Play Store that perform this task, but they are lacking in features. There is no batch editing tool and conversions stop after closing out the apps that I have tried. I could use the program on my computer, but then I have to leave my device at the computer in order to copy converted tracks back over to my device.
Anyway, I'd appreciate it if someone took the time to read this post.