MortPlayer Music

MortPlayer Music


Simple to use music player for all those who prefer folder structure over tags. (You want your mix folder, not separated by artists, right?).

Home screen Widgets in separate download "MortPlayer Widgets"

Want to fix or add a translation? Go to http://www.getlocalization.com/MortPlayer_Music/

Features:
- Folder based navigation with simple folder change and auto progress to next folder
- Configurable main directory (e.g. all files below "/sdcard/music" or "/sdcard/audiobooks", individual for each player)
- Playlist support: Reads m3u, m3u8, pls, and asx; writes m3u and m3u8; allows adding files outside of main directory; easy access to playlists in main folder and subdirectories
- Ignores .nomedia (you set the directory, should be fine - right?)
- Reads ID3 tags itself (usually less buggy than Android's media library)
- Album art support: ID3 tags (jpg+png, types "other" and "front cover"), AlbumArt.jpg/png, cover.jpg/png, folder.jpg
- Plays all media types supported by core Android (MP3, Ogg Vorbis, M4A, 3GP, MIDI, Wave) and some device specific (WMA, FLAC), but only on devices which support them
- Easy folder/file selection by tapping cover resp. tag info
- Set the track order for each folder
- Flexible play, shuffle, and repeat modes (stop after track, repeat folder, shuffle files per folder, shuffle all files, ...)
- Supports headset buttons and OpenWatch
- Pause/continue on headset removal/plug and calls
- Sleep mode (stop playback, power off not allowed by Android system)
- Alarm clock
- Swipe gestures
- Selectable layouts (so far only default, car, and big cover) and themes
- Selectable backgrounds (theme color, own images, or wallpapers - even Live Wallpapers)
- Delete and send files
- Supports ScrobbleDroid and Simple last.fm Scrobbler (both interfaces also supported by many other scrobblers, like the official last.fm app)
- Supports equalizer, bass boost, and reverb on devices with Android 2.3
- and some more, just check the preferences...

Used permissions:
Phone state: Used to pause during a call. Otherwise it would only be muted by the system.
Wake lock: So the playback isn't stopped when you turn off the screen. Also for some optional features like disabling the auto screen off during playback.
Disable keyguard: In case you only want to use the app's lock screen. (And not return to the default one afterwards.)
Write/delete external storage: For some internal files in \.MortPlayer, e.g. cached folder covers from ID3 tags and track order lists.
Internet: Ads (AdMob)
Boot completed: To reschedule the alarm clock after boot.
Tasks: For "StopService" activity, to avoid the system returns to player afterwards

Recent changes:
1.2.5:
- fixed crash at start
1.2.4:
- Fixed unnecessary reading of folder/tag data
- Alarm clock works more reliable
- Big notification for Android 4.2
- Context menus are back in track and folder lists
- Lockscreen layouts without cover (available in settings)
- Holo theme as default
- Some other bugfixes and minor layout changes
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Free
89
4.5
User ratings
26978
Installs
1,000,000+
Concerns
0
File size
4036 kb
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About MortPlayer Music
Simple to use music player for all those who prefer folder structure over tags. (You want your mix folder, not separated by artists, right?).

Home screen Widgets in separate download "MortPlayer Widgets"

Want to fix or add a translation? Go to http://www.getlocalization.com/MortPlayer_Music/

Features:
- Folder based navigation with simple folder change and auto progress to next folder
- Configurable main directory (e.g. all files below "/sdcard/music" or "/sdcard/audiobooks", individual for each player)
- Playlist support: Reads m3u, m3u8, pls, and asx; writes m3u and m3u8; allows adding files outside of main directory; easy access to playlists in main folder and subdirectories
- Ignores .nomedia (you set the directory, should be fine - right?)
- Reads ID3 tags itself (usually less buggy than Android's media library)
- Album art support: ID3 tags (jpg+png, types "other" and "front cover"), AlbumArt.jpg/png, cover.jpg/png, folder.jpg
- Plays all media types supported by core Android (MP3, Ogg Vorbis, M4A, 3GP, MIDI, Wave) and some device specific (WMA, FLAC), but only on devices which support them
- Easy folder/file selection by tapping cover resp. tag info
- Set the track order for each folder
- Flexible play, shuffle, and repeat modes (stop after track, repeat folder, shuffle files per folder, shuffle all files, ...)
- Supports headset buttons and OpenWatch
- Pause/continue on headset removal/plug and calls
- Sleep mode (stop playback, power off not allowed by Android system)
- Alarm clock
- Swipe gestures
- Selectable layouts (so far only default, car, and big cover) and themes
- Selectable backgrounds (theme color, own images, or wallpapers - even Live Wallpapers)
- Delete and send files
- Supports ScrobbleDroid and Simple last.fm Scrobbler (both interfaces also supported by many other scrobblers, like the official last.fm app)
- Supports equalizer, bass boost, and reverb on devices with Android 2.3
- and some more, just check the preferences...

Used permissions:
Phone state: Used to pause during a call. Otherwise it would only be muted by the system.
Wake lock: So the playback isn't stopped when you turn off the screen. Also for some optional features like disabling the auto screen off during playback.
Disable keyguard: In case you only want to use the app's lock screen. (And not return to the default one afterwards.)
Write/delete external storage: For some internal files in \.MortPlayer, e.g. cached folder covers from ID3 tags and track order lists.
Internet: Ads (AdMob)
Boot completed: To reschedule the alarm clock after boot.
Tasks: For "StopService" activity, to avoid the system returns to player afterwards

Recent changes:
1.2.5:
- fixed crash at start
1.2.4:
- Fixed unnecessary reading of folder/tag data
- Alarm clock works more reliable
- Big notification for Android 4.2
- Context menus are back in track and folder lists
- Lockscreen layouts without cover (available in settings)
- Holo theme as default
- Some other bugfixes and minor layout changes

User reviews of MortPlayer Music
The coolest player ever !! Seriously.
Jun 25, 2013
ideal player for Android
Nov 11, 2012
Mein Lieblings-MP3-Player
Jun 21, 2012
just needs srs integration in equalizer setting. but already best in the market
Jun 2, 2012
Fantastic app. Does just what it claims to do. Worth a donate - am sending now.
Apr 12, 2012
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Wednesday 8:21 PM
The Best !!!! Only for ppl wit many many mp3 I have been using it for a very long time. I like all the features, especially the folder based play, timer, types of shuffle. But, I'm looking forward for some updates, better equalizer , to fix the glitches in updating the tags and the ability to automatically search for album art for EACH track. FYI, I have 12GB of songs in my phone :-D so it suits me well
A Google User
Tuesday 6:50 PM
Excellent Works flawlessly on my x10 mini, my M860, and my Note 3. An example for every other app!
A Google User
4 days ago
Fine for small libraries if you prefer to browser by file structures. Takes you straight to your music, unlike Google music with all its coy suggestions. If it added an overall library view with a by-file-structure option I would give it at least for stars.
A Google User
6 days ago
Good player & Disablable ads (for free!) Most apps require you to buy something to disable an advertisement, this one lets you do so right in the settings for no charge at all. Is nice that a developer finally let you do this. :P The ads give them like some tiny tiny income, but not that much. You should show your support if you think this app is great. I shall at some point when I am able. :P This did real well in sorting my music for me and helping me use my existing folder structures to get my music playlists up.
A Google User
Feb 21, 2015
poor