Saturday, October 5, 2013

Maple Player Classic 1.9.7

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Current Version: 1.9.7
Requires Android: 2.3.3 and up
Category: Music & Audio
v1.9.7 update:
1.9.7 (October 3, 2013)
* added new calculator style tempo & pitch input dialogs
* fixed issue with the info dialog
Powerful MP3 Player with Audiobooks support for Android.
Bookmarks, adjustable playback speed, A-B repeat, equalizer, scrobbling, and more.
Supported audio formats : mp3, ogg, wav (pcm)
– Doesn’t support MP3 files downloaded by TubeMate. See Q&A.
** if you’ve updated your phone to JellyBean (4.0 -> 4.1 or 4.1 -> 4.2):
Please uninstall and then reinstall Maple. (because Jellybean has a new file system)
Key Features:
* Browse and play your music by folders, playlists, albums, artists, and genres
* Variable speed (slow/fast playback)
Change playback speed (0.25x – 4.00x) with the same pitch
* Pitch Control
Change pitch from -0.5 to +0.5 octave (-6.00 to +6.00 semitones)
* Bookmarks
* Auto playback history
(folder-based, album-based, artist-based, genre-based, and playlist-based)
* Fast-forward/rewind
* Sleep timer
* Visualizer
* Widgets
* Selectable themes
* ICS lockscreen support
(requires android 4.0 and up)
and more …
You can activate the following extra features by purchasing Unlocker.
* No banner ads
* Tempo from 0.25x to 5.00x
* Pitch from -2 to +2 octaves (-24.00 to +24.00 semitones)
* Recall points
* Bass Booster
* Reverb Presets (it doesn’t work well on many devices)
to auto-stop audio playback when your phone starts ringing.
to save playlists and bookmarks
to get the real-time audio waveform for the visualizer. Look at the following link to get the details:
to prevent your device from sleeping during playback
for ads and Google Analytics
General Questions/Answers for Maple
Q. Cannot open MP3 files downloaded by TubeMate. Why?
A. The app doesn’t support MP3 files downloaded by TubeMate (or other downloaders). They are not real MP3 files in many cases.
Q. Sound skipping during playback
A. Please increase the ’Audio Buffer Size’ in the settings.
* General note about choosing the best audio buffer size
The bigger the audio buffer size, the lower the chance you will hear unexpected clicks in the audio when using a lot of processing power. But at the same a bigger audio buffer size also causes a higher latency.
Using a smaller audio buffer size gives you a lower latency, but then make sure your CPU can handle it, otherwise clicks may appear in your audio because the CPU can’t process it all quick enough.

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