PowerAudio Pro is a simple, but quite extensive music player for your Android smartphone. It is currently available for free on Google Play instead of 3.79 euros! TechMarkup will briefly introduce you to the app.
- 4.1 stars with over 1 million downloads
- Equalizer, bass boost, and sleep timer included
- For all smartphones from Android 4.4 (!)
Music players for Android are one of the standard tools on every mobile phone. The fact that there are still so many apps for music playback in the Google Play Store is due to the fact that you can often significantly expand the range of functions with them. Reason enough to take a closer look at the currently free PowerAudio Pro app.
- Download PowerAudio Pro for Android
Is it worth downloading PowerAudio Pro?
The player from the PowerAudio team has been on the market for many years and is also very popular. More than a million downloads with 4.1 stars speak for themselves. The app is available in a free, plus and a pro version, and this pro version, for which 3.79 euros is otherwise required, is currently available for free!
Yes, there is also an equalizer! / © NextPit
Why should you install it? Because it immediately impresses with its simple, but very attractive UI. Your music on your mobile phone is clearly arranged and can be searched completely, sorted by albums or folders – and also by artist: in or genre. As far as optics are concerned, PowerAudio Pro lets you choose from four different color themes. If you want, you can also choose your own background image from your smartphone gallery.
Even if the player looks pretty simple, it is not stingy with functions: As you can see in the picture above, there is also a 5-band equalizer on board, and there is also a BassBoost function. I also think it’s nice that there’s a sleep timer on board. Since Android version 4.4 or higher is supported, you can also use the player on older cell phones.
PowerAudio Pro: What else do you need to know
Anyone who pulls the pro version of this music player ashore will be spared both advertising and in-app purchases. Anyone who has the app checked on the Exodus privacy platform will be pleased to see that not a single tracker can be found. A total of seven authorizations are required, which is also within the solid framework. Only the authorizations for reading/write on the external memory and the write authorization for the system are worth mentioning. But neither is unusual for a music player.
A little note about functionality: Currently there seems to be a problem with the playlists. This also explains why this well-rated app has recently received more and more 1 and 2-star ratings. So keep that in mind when installing the app. I think that there will be a bug fix soon – and therefore I recommend you download the app now, even if you would sorely miss this feature at the moment. It would be annoying if the function is up and running again soon and you then have to pay four euros again.
Let us know in the comments what you think of the app, or whether you are one of those who trust the preinstalled players. If you’ve got a taste for free apps, take a look at Florian’s list of free apps and games from the weekend!