These days listening to music has been limited mostly to various music apps like Youtube Music, Spotify, and Amazon Music that offer unlimited streaming of music of all genres. There are many online radio apps as well using which you can listen to thousands of online radio stations from all over the world. But when your smartphone is offline, you have no choice other than listening to the music stored locally on your phone and in that case a great music player like PowerAudio Free Music Player can come very handy.
PowerAudio Free Music Player automatically scans your local storage on your phone and adds all the songs or other audio files that it has detected. It supports many popular audio file formats such as MP3, M4A, WAV, AAC, AMR, OGG etc. This means that it will certainly detect all of the songs or audio-books that you might have stored on your microSD cards. If your phone supports OTG then you can also connect your USB pendrive through OTG adapter and play music stored on it through PowerAudio Music Player.
In the settings for PowerAudio Free Music Player, you can change themes to make it look dark, semi-dark or light. You can choose what to display when you launch the music player – albums, songs, artists, playlists, folders, or genres. Even though it can automatically detect all the audio files, you can also manually select a media folder yourself. Sometimes small audio clips are downloaded by other apps, you can choose to ignore these smaller media files.
It comes with an equalizer built inside and you can use it to make the most of your music. In the settings, you can choose whether to use the music player’s equalizer or the Android equalizer. In the equalizer, you can boost the bass and use virtualization. You must have a really good set of headphones to enjoy the bass boosted by this music player.
You can get the PowerAudio Free Music Player for Android from https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=xsoftstudio.musicplayer.