Online music streaming services such as Spotify, Deezer or Apple Music, among others, have radically changed music consumption habits, just as MP3 did more than two decades ago with Napster and other P2P apps. However, there are still those who, as an unyielding Gallic village, continue to listen to music from their local archive. For them there is foobar2000.
An old acquaintance adapted to Android
This is the mobile version of the now legendary audio player for PC, which once rubbed shoulders with other old glories such as Winamp. A simple and minimalist interface to reduce the device's resources as much as possible and, at the same time, offer the best possible user experience, with no more and no less than what you need to enjoy your music library.
Most of the options that we can find in the desktop version of the player we also have them in Android, highlighting the following:
- Multiple supported audio formats: MP3, MP4, AAC, Vorbis, Opus, FLAC, WavPack, AIFF, Musepack...
- Audio playback in the background.
- Support for downloading from UPnP online servers.
- Various interface themes.
- Possibility to play music from local file or by connecting to online servers.
- Minimalistic design.