Tactile Player Free

Tactile Player Free


Control your music player with your phone's volume and power buttons! Finally you don't have to take out your phone, unlock the screen, and navigate to your music player just to change the song. With Tactile Player you can change the song just by using your phone's volume and power buttons, even in your pocket.

Double Press the volume UP key for NEXT.
Double Press the volume DOWN key for PREVIOUS.
Triple Press the Power key to toggle PAUSE/PLAY. (You can change this to double press or never if you like).
Simple as that.

These controls are modular so you can make the volume down action trigger next or the power button trigger previous, it's up to you!

Tactile Player supports most stock players (the "Music" app) along with third party media players such as:
PowerAMP, Pandora, Google Music, Google Listen, doubleTwist, PlayerPro, Amazon MP3, Mixzing, and most other popular media players.

This is the free version with no ads, it is fully functional and never expires. Though, some options and the widget are only available when you upgrade to the full version. You can upgrade right in the app (no need to download another app).

Now you can use your favorite music player and control it with your phone's tactile buttons, thanks to Tactile Player. Try it out.

Note: You can turn the service off anytime, just open the app, press the off button, then close the app. Or if you have unlocked the full version there is a widget to quickly turn the service on and off.
Note: Samsung users using the default music player on your phone, please select the "Simulate Headset Option" in the Choose a media player setting.

If you have any problem using the service, please email us at: [email protected]

Please, please come back to rate the app! And share it with your friends! Thanks!

Recent changes:
Version 3.0 is out for the free version!
-Version 3.0 should work on all devices.
-There is now an option to automatically detect and use the most recently opened media player.
-Added an option to start the service on boot.
-Added an option to only work when headphones are plugged in.
-You can now choose what the power button and volume button actions do!
-Added fast forward and rewind actions (only works with some media players).
-Upgrade to the full version directly in the app.
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3.8
User ratings
484
Installs
10,000+
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File size
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About Tactile Player Free
Control your music player with your phone's volume and power buttons! Finally you don't have to take out your phone, unlock the screen, and navigate to your music player just to change the song. With Tactile Player you can change the song just by using your phone's volume and power buttons, even in your pocket.

Double Press the volume UP key for NEXT.
Double Press the volume DOWN key for PREVIOUS.
Triple Press the Power key to toggle PAUSE/PLAY. (You can change this to double press or never if you like).
Simple as that.

These controls are modular so you can make the volume down action trigger next or the power button trigger previous, it's up to you!

Tactile Player supports most stock players (the "Music" app) along with third party media players such as:
PowerAMP, Pandora, Google Music, Google Listen, doubleTwist, PlayerPro, Amazon MP3, Mixzing, and most other popular media players.

This is the free version with no ads, it is fully functional and never expires. Though, some options and the widget are only available when you upgrade to the full version. You can upgrade right in the app (no need to download another app).

Now you can use your favorite music player and control it with your phone's tactile buttons, thanks to Tactile Player. Try it out.

Note: You can turn the service off anytime, just open the app, press the off button, then close the app. Or if you have unlocked the full version there is a widget to quickly turn the service on and off.
Note: Samsung users using the default music player on your phone, please select the "Simulate Headset Option" in the Choose a media player setting.

If you have any problem using the service, please email us at: [email protected]

Please, please come back to rate the app! And share it with your friends! Thanks!

Recent changes:
Version 3.0 is out for the free version!
-Version 3.0 should work on all devices.
-There is now an option to automatically detect and use the most recently opened media player.
-Added an option to start the service on boot.
-Added an option to only work when headphones are plugged in.
-You can now choose what the power button and volume button actions do!
-Added fast forward and rewind actions (only works with some media players).
-Upgrade to the full version directly in the app.

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A Google User
Aug 9, 2014
Doesn't work on galaxy ace
A Google User
Aug 9, 2014
Good This works really well on my LG G3 and is exactly what I was looking for. I paid for the full version. Only problem is that no matter what settings I use the volume continues to go up and down when I advance or go back by a track. Even the bug fix selection makes no difference. This is not a deal breaker as I can simply adjust the volume after skipping a track, but it would be really great if a double click on the volume up and down didn't change the volume. Fix this and you get my fifth star.
A Google User
Jun 19, 2014
Works well Just what I needed to start, stop & skip podcasts easy with the screen off. The free version worked well so I got the extra functionality of the paid. I would like to request for it to work with the SiriusXM player.
A Google User
Jun 17, 2014
doesnt work had to purchase this app only to find out that pause/play toggle does not work when assigned to volume keys. It does work though if assigned to PWR btm.
A Google User
Apr 24, 2014
It works well on my HTC One S. It would be even better if it could program the home/other buttons as well, and maybe add "hold button" as a possible trigger. When using 2x press to play/pause, the trigger goes off when my device goes to sleep, while 3x press is a pain in the a-hole ;)