Smart Player is One of the Newest – Promising Options for a Music Player
One thing one could never say is that is that it is a hard task to find a music player on the Play Store. However when it comes to a very good such app it’s a whole different story. As I’ve tested for you a lot of these apps I can honestly say that there are some good and very good options out there. I can also state that there are ones so poor that you wouldn’t believe. The one I’m about to cover right now seems very promising.
In my opinion there are 3 (three) most important categories that a music player must own in order to be considered good. One of these is the interface, then sound quality and last but not least the range of options. Smart Player comes from developer Lorenzo Zanotto Inc. and it is one of the very new additions to the Store. In fact it is no more than 1-2 days old – a fact that prevents me from being to harsh on it. Instead I’m going to refer to it as on the right path. In terms of interface it comes as sort of a combination between Google Music and CyanogenMod’s Apollo Music Player. It has very good options for organizing and searching for tracks even by way of voice. It also looks good and is very easy to maneuver.
Coming to the music quality Smart Player claims to have support for a lot of popular technologies, including Beats Audio, PureAudio Engine and also proprietary technologies. And that without draining your battery of taking too much of your device’s RAM. Last but not least the range of options is very good, including widgets, lyrics support, built-in equalizer, options to download covers and even options to customize the interface. The weak points however come from the fact that most of these options are only available in the Pro version with not even a widget available in the free variant. There are also some small bugs, like the fact that it failed to download any of the Artist covers I wanted and also that the taskbar icon seems to be off by about 60 degrees.