Power Hour Pro

Power Hour Pro


A Power Hour is a popular drinking game in which participants take roughly a shot of beer every minute for an hour. Music plays in the background and the track changes every minute to alert the participants to take their drink. For those who wish to play such a game with no winners, PowerHour Pro helps out by providing the music using your mobile device. PowerHour Pro can get you started right away by mixing up all the songs on your device, or you can tinker with settings and playlists to make your Power Hour just right! Most importantly, PowerHour Pro runs in the background so you can browse the web and message your friends while the music plays.

* Mix up all your songs or use your existing playlists from your music app
* Auto-pause for phone calls
* Runs in background
* Android notifications allow a quick glimpse of what song is playing and easy access to app
* Skip unwanted songs without skipping shots
* Tailor playlist while playing with Edit Playlist screen
* Set an offset to skip song intros (e.g. start playing songs at 30% completion mark)
* Optional random offset for each song
* Adjust power hour duration. Power half-hour? Century?

Recent changes:
v 2.1
* Android Jellybean style
* Responds to media keys such as those on a keyboard or headset
* Bug fixes
v 2.0.1
* Bug fixes and maintenance
v 2.0
* New playlist edit screen lets you look ahead and tailor the power hour while its playing to skip potentially boring songs
* Supports landscape oriented devices like tablets
* Notification area fixed for Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich devices
* Re-designed for performance and stability
* It's free
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3.3
User ratings
107
Installs
10,000+
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File size
306 kb
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About Power Hour Pro
A Power Hour is a popular drinking game in which participants take roughly a shot of beer every minute for an hour. Music plays in the background and the track changes every minute to alert the participants to take their drink. For those who wish to play such a game with no winners, PowerHour Pro helps out by providing the music using your mobile device. PowerHour Pro can get you started right away by mixing up all the songs on your device, or you can tinker with settings and playlists to make your Power Hour just right! Most importantly, PowerHour Pro runs in the background so you can browse the web and message your friends while the music plays.

* Mix up all your songs or use your existing playlists from your music app
* Auto-pause for phone calls
* Runs in background
* Android notifications allow a quick glimpse of what song is playing and easy access to app
* Skip unwanted songs without skipping shots
* Tailor playlist while playing with Edit Playlist screen
* Set an offset to skip song intros (e.g. start playing songs at 30% completion mark)
* Optional random offset for each song
* Adjust power hour duration. Power half-hour? Century?

Recent changes:
v 2.1
* Android Jellybean style
* Responds to media keys such as those on a keyboard or headset
* Bug fixes
v 2.0.1
* Bug fixes and maintenance
v 2.0
* New playlist edit screen lets you look ahead and tailor the power hour while its playing to skip potentially boring songs
* Supports landscape oriented devices like tablets
* Notification area fixed for Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich devices
* Re-designed for performance and stability
* It's free

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Oct 21, 2014
Doesn't work on HTC one M8 . crashes when "start now" or "start from playlist" is selected
A Google User
Oct 16, 2014
Keeps closing You open it and it immediately closes on s5
A Google User
Oct 5, 2014
Didn't work
A Google User
Sep 20, 2014
Will not work Push start and it will not work. Says that it has stopped. Galaxy S5
A Google User
Sep 14, 2014
Wouldn't even open. I downloaded this to play with my friends and I never even could use it. It would "unexpectedly force close" then go right back to the start playing screen everytime. Not cool. Wish it had a chance.