Sensor music player

Sensor music player


*** A User ***
The best
My new music player. I feel its better than the other top popular players out there....and I tried mostly all of them. And the sensor is just the icing on the cake. I use the hammer feature as well a lot.
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*** This app is 100% ads free ***

This music player uses a simple/clear user interface, divided into 3 tabs :
- Library : to browse your music by tags or folders (or to use the search tool)
- Player : to control the music playback (playing option like shuffle, loop, timer...), and to select the sensor mode required
- Tracklist : to manage track playing order

Free features :
- on-the-go drag'n drop playlist (drag your tracks from the Library directly to the Tracklist)
- auto playlist editing (save your Tracklist as a playlist, or load an existing one)
- library browsing by artist, genre, folders...
- equalizer, bass boost, virtualizer
- smart search bar
- home screen widget
- auto sensor selection

Paid features :
Powered by exclusive algorithms, sensor modes allow you to skip songs without using your screen.
Walking, dining, driving, partying : there is a sensor mode for every situations !
4 easy-to-access modes are available :
- Wave over : Wave your hand in front of your device (5cm max) to play/skip current song. Wave twice quickly to go back to previous track. Hold it 0.5s to pause. The proximity sensor we use is generally located around the device front speaker.
- Pocket : Lock the device, put in your pocket, slap it to skip current track.
- Hammer : Put the device on a surface like a table, hit the table to skip current song. WARNING: using the device loudspeaker can produce enough vibration to fire the action ! (you can adjust sensitivity if needed)
- Custom : In case you feel the need to use different sensor settings. Set wich sensors you want to enable, set sensitivty and your own action for each sensor events !


Please join the facebook page to ask questions, report bugs and request features ! (you can also use button in app context menu)
www.facebook.com/sensorplayer

**** ABOUT NEW PAID FEATURES ****
As I could have expected, lots of users are angry about recent changes in SMP...
So, for people who are either :
- broke
- without credit card
- in a country not supported by Google Play billing system
- not the "supportive" type
I've just rebuilt the last 100% free version, and put it on my server (url on SMP facebook page).
As I already said before, I can't spend much time on SMP anymore, and I'd like to pay a talented developer for advanced new features, and graphics designers to make the whole thing look nicer.

Recent changes:
- fix "previous" button behavior
- fix default artwork display
- crash fixes
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4.2
User ratings
23858
Installs
1,000,000+
Concerns
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File size
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About Sensor music player
*** A User ***
The best
My new music player. I feel its better than the other top popular players out there....and I tried mostly all of them. And the sensor is just the icing on the cake. I use the hammer feature as well a lot.
---

*** This app is 100% ads free ***

This music player uses a simple/clear user interface, divided into 3 tabs :
- Library : to browse your music by tags or folders (or to use the search tool)
- Player : to control the music playback (playing option like shuffle, loop, timer...), and to select the sensor mode required
- Tracklist : to manage track playing order

Free features :
- on-the-go drag'n drop playlist (drag your tracks from the Library directly to the Tracklist)
- auto playlist editing (save your Tracklist as a playlist, or load an existing one)
- library browsing by artist, genre, folders...
- equalizer, bass boost, virtualizer
- smart search bar
- home screen widget
- auto sensor selection

Paid features :
Powered by exclusive algorithms, sensor modes allow you to skip songs without using your screen.
Walking, dining, driving, partying : there is a sensor mode for every situations !
4 easy-to-access modes are available :
- Wave over : Wave your hand in front of your device (5cm max) to play/skip current song. Wave twice quickly to go back to previous track. Hold it 0.5s to pause. The proximity sensor we use is generally located around the device front speaker.
- Pocket : Lock the device, put in your pocket, slap it to skip current track.
- Hammer : Put the device on a surface like a table, hit the table to skip current song. WARNING: using the device loudspeaker can produce enough vibration to fire the action ! (you can adjust sensitivity if needed)
- Custom : In case you feel the need to use different sensor settings. Set wich sensors you want to enable, set sensitivty and your own action for each sensor events !


Please join the facebook page to ask questions, report bugs and request features ! (you can also use button in app context menu)
www.facebook.com/sensorplayer

**** ABOUT NEW PAID FEATURES ****
As I could have expected, lots of users are angry about recent changes in SMP...
So, for people who are either :
- broke
- without credit card
- in a country not supported by Google Play billing system
- not the "supportive" type
I've just rebuilt the last 100% free version, and put it on my server (url on SMP facebook page).
As I already said before, I can't spend much time on SMP anymore, and I'd like to pay a talented developer for advanced new features, and graphics designers to make the whole thing look nicer.

Recent changes:
- fix "previous" button behavior
- fix default artwork display
- crash fixes

User reviews of Sensor music player
The Sensor triggered actions are extremely cool! Problem: I prefer other music players for music. Solution: Add option to send the Sensor triggered actions to the headset shortcut commands. This way, your Sensor actions can control ANY MUSIC PLAYER
Feb 24, 2012
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Friday 2:47 AM
So far I LUV it! Ok so i installed it on a LG G Pad v700 10.1. Going through the sensor settings i cant get this part to work although the settings are lit up and seem to be working. I need to find a diagram to show where my sensors are located to get them to work. I will be more than happy to buy this if i can get it to work correctly. Really nice app! God bless and good luck with your projects. We do understand that real life and a good paying job comes first. You have great talent ๐Ÿ˜€ UPDATE: I dont have a proximity sensor on my tablet but my phone does and this will be great on it ๐Ÿ˜€
A Google User
Thursday 11:24 AM
Nice This is very nice app
A Google User
Thursday 4:11 AM
Nice app Superb working
A Google User
Thursday 2:50 AM
Very attractive Comfortable in use.
A Google User
Wednesday 10:49 PM
Hooooo... Like it
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