Playlist Backup

Playlist Backup


This application allows you to export your audio playlists (both System, Poweramp and Google Play Music playlists) to sdcard or Dropbox. You can keep as many backups as you want for each playlist.

** This app does NOT backup your songs, only playlist metadata, please read the FAQ for details **

** Google Play Music users, please read our FAQ for further details on this integration **

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Please, send any errors you find by e-mail so I can fix them. I'm unable to contact users based on comments so I can't get further details about the problem and fix it.
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** If you have any question try to look into our FAQ:
https://bitbucket.org/dsaran/playlistbackup/wiki/FAQ


** Now with support for Dropbox **

Export your Audio Playlists as M3U files on your SDCARD and keep them safe.

If you are a Poweramp user you probably noticed it keeps its playlists separate from Android Playlists. This can be annoying when you want to use your playlists in other applications.
With Playlist Backup you can easily keep your Android Playlists in sync with your Poweramp Playlists.
Note: This app currently can't change contents of poweramp playlist because of a limitation on Poweramp API. I hope this will be fixed soon so we can add features such as Import Playlist and 2-way sync for poweramp playlists.


Main Features:
- Export system playlists to sdcard
- Export Poweramp playlists to sdcard
- Import M3U files to your system playlists
- Delete duplicate entries from your playlists
- Keep your Android Playlists in sync with Poweramp Playlists

This is app is under development so many new features will be available in a near future.

Please feel free to send any problem or suggestions by e-mail.

Notes about Dropbox:
* This application has access only to its own directory, located at /Apps/Playlist Backup/
* You need to set up your account on Preferences before uploading files to Dropbox
* This app won't store your login information, all the login process is done by the official Dropbox API
* More details about this service on www.dropbox.com

Recent changes:
== 1.0.2 ==
* Added button to sync poweramp playlists back
* Added support to new version of Google Play Music (v5.0.1041J.689753)

== 1.0.1 ==
* Added support for Google Play Music
* New option to not add the "poweramp_" prefix to backup files
* Export Poweramp playlists to Dropbox
* Minor bug fixes and improvements
Special thanks to Diddy Fortyseven, Olive Gree, Core Great and others for bug reports and suggestions.

For details see https://bitbucket.org/dsaran/playlistbackup/wiki/Changelog
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About Playlist Backup
This application allows you to export your audio playlists (both System, Poweramp and Google Play Music playlists) to sdcard or Dropbox. You can keep as many backups as you want for each playlist.

** This app does NOT backup your songs, only playlist metadata, please read the FAQ for details **

** Google Play Music users, please read our FAQ for further details on this integration **

****
Please, send any errors you find by e-mail so I can fix them. I'm unable to contact users based on comments so I can't get further details about the problem and fix it.
****

** If you have any question try to look into our FAQ:
https://bitbucket.org/dsaran/playlistbackup/wiki/FAQ


** Now with support for Dropbox **

Export your Audio Playlists as M3U files on your SDCARD and keep them safe.

If you are a Poweramp user you probably noticed it keeps its playlists separate from Android Playlists. This can be annoying when you want to use your playlists in other applications.
With Playlist Backup you can easily keep your Android Playlists in sync with your Poweramp Playlists.
Note: This app currently can't change contents of poweramp playlist because of a limitation on Poweramp API. I hope this will be fixed soon so we can add features such as Import Playlist and 2-way sync for poweramp playlists.


Main Features:
- Export system playlists to sdcard
- Export Poweramp playlists to sdcard
- Import M3U files to your system playlists
- Delete duplicate entries from your playlists
- Keep your Android Playlists in sync with Poweramp Playlists

This is app is under development so many new features will be available in a near future.

Please feel free to send any problem or suggestions by e-mail.

Notes about Dropbox:
* This application has access only to its own directory, located at /Apps/Playlist Backup/
* You need to set up your account on Preferences before uploading files to Dropbox
* This app won't store your login information, all the login process is done by the official Dropbox API
* More details about this service on www.dropbox.com

Recent changes:
== 1.0.2 ==
* Added button to sync poweramp playlists back
* Added support to new version of Google Play Music (v5.0.1041J.689753)

== 1.0.1 ==
* Added support for Google Play Music
* New option to not add the "poweramp_" prefix to backup files
* Export Poweramp playlists to Dropbox
* Minor bug fixes and improvements
Special thanks to Diddy Fortyseven, Olive Gree, Core Great and others for bug reports and suggestions.

For details see https://bitbucket.org/dsaran/playlistbackup/wiki/Changelog

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A Google User
Jul 4, 2014
No longer works Won't rescan media library without crashing on my HTC One running Kit Kat
A Google User
Jun 23, 2014
Greatest application..... Dis app work perfectly in my HTC explorer default player...
A Google User
Jun 20, 2014
Does not support Google Music Since it doesn't actually work - it shouldn't state that it supports Google Play Music. Boo.
A Google User
Jun 17, 2014
Good one While reseting ur phone it saves your fav playlists and you can recall any time....
A Google User
Jun 13, 2014
Awesome, just awesome! For some reason I've yet to figure out, Android playlist management is flakey (at least on my GS3) - it often just wipes, scrambles or completely deletes playlists for no reason. This is particularly problematic for one that I call "My Faves" that I have used for over 7 years which has survived numerous phones and OS's, where I randomly add songs I like to it when listening to new albums. It's impossible to recreate this playlist manually without investing hundreds of hours. Playlist Backup has saved my bacon several times with this random Android bug. The only thing I wish it would do that it doesn't is run backups on a schedule so I don't have to remember to manually do the backups myself. 4.99 stars therefore, the other 0.01 star if scheduling is added.