Not all music players for Android are compatible with lots of different audio formats. In addition, each manufacturer includes its own player by default and it has to be said that not all brands put in the same amount of effort: it's not about sticking in a play button, a stop, a simple equalizer and playlists. You can have so much more.
A customizable audio player with absolutely all the options and settings you could ever need.
Most of us are familiar with VLC and MX Player, for example, but there are other equally valid options that the user should consider, such as AIMP which was originally released for Windows in 2006. It is old-school playlist-based software that does not include built-in libraries. However, it does include all the necessary options for the user to enjoy all the music they can think of.
- Compatible with all major audio formats: AAC, FLAC, MP2, MP3, MP4, MPC, MPGA, OGG and WAV, among many others.
- Playback speed control.
- Compatible with Android Auto.
- Includes light and dark themes and the ability to customize them.
- Automatic tag detection.
- 29-band graphic equalizer.
- Intelligent playlists based on folders.
- Allows display of song lyrics.
- Sleep option to turn off playback automatically.
- Audio files can be mixed in stereo and tracks can be merged.
- Volume normalization via playback gain.
- Includes widgets for desktop and notification area.
- And much more.
What's new in the latest version
- Introduces new equalizer functions.
- Applies improvements to Bluetooth headphone connection.
- Repeat track option has preference over next track option.
- Fixes the function that avoids sounds going into standby mode.