A New Type of Music Player is Currently Being Developed. Download Link Inside (Video)

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  • 14 Aug 2012
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  • There is no lack of good MP3 players on the Play Store. We even made a three part listof most of them. While finding a music player that is good is a matter of personal preferences, a new type is something most of us would want to give a try. Now you can.


    XenoAmp has just reached version 0.5 and it’s in its very early stages of development. The music player offers a completely different UI then what we’ve seen with other apps of its kind. It also struggles to bring all the features all the best music players offer and more. The idea behind the UI is to make it as minimalistic as possible. Each function accessible through a simple touch, sweep or sleight of hand. There are no widgets, you draw a circle for volume up/down, click playlist entry to play, drag to move up/down, sweep to delete. You can browse the music library in three different ways: database, cover flow and file browser. Select the files, add them to the playlist and enjoy.

    Green curve is playlist progress, red is volume, progress bar is the big circle. Circle your finger for volume up/down, sweep left or right for next/prev track, touch title for play/pause. That is the idea behind XenoAmp. Friendly gestures on a simple interface.  Audio features include: gapless playback on Jelly Bean, audio controls for bass boost, equalizer, virtualizer, etc. ,automatic room correction via equalizer, plays all audio formats supported by your Android version, different sound profiles for dock/car/headphones. The developer has also pointed some planed features:

    • With rockbox: zillion of codecs, gapless playback for all Android versions, replay gain, compression, and all other bells and whistles of rockbox DSP engine.
    • Headphone calibration
    • Single point of search for local and online media.


    Want to test XenoAmp? You can head over to the dedicated XDA Developers thread and give it a shot. The developer requires as many testers as possible.

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