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DeaDBeeF Player

DeaDBeeF Player

DeaDBeef is an audio player for the Android platform (and Linux) which plays a wide variety of audio and chiptune formats.

DeaDBeeF in action DeaDBeeF in action

Features:

  • Plays a wide variety of audio formats including, but not limited to mp3, ogg vorbis, flac, ape, wv, wav, m4a, mpc, tta, and cd audio
  • Plays sid, nsf and lots of other popular chiptune formats
  • Online streaming radio (Shoutcast and Icecast)
  • Multiple playlists
  • Equalizer with 10 bands and presets
  • Gapless playback - no pause in playback between the end of one audio file and the beginning of the next audio file. This allows for playback of content with no gaps the way it was meant to be heard
  • Viewing music file tags and album art
  • Replaygain by track or album. Peak scale supported
  • Shuffle tracks and shuffle albums mode
  • Works with folders
  • Supports last.fm scrobbling
  • Loads cuesheets
  • Full unicode support and charset detection
  • 4x1 home screen widget
  • ID3v1, ID3v2.2, ID3v2.3, ID3v2.4, APEv2, xing/info tags support
  • Character set detection for non-unicode id3 tags - supports cp1251 and iso8859-1
  • Unicode tags are fully supported as well (both utf8 and ucs2)
  • Cuesheet (.cue files) support, with charset detection (utf8/cp1251/iso8859-1)
  • Album artwork display
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deadbeef.sourceforge.net
Free
Alexey Yakovenko
Wiki, FAQ
OMG! Ubuntu!
Verdict:

DeaDBeef is a quality audio player that does what it does well. Its gapless functionality is particularly well implemented and an essential feature if your music collection includes gapless albums which are often found in live and classical music albums. Don't be put off by its old-school user interface.

7/10

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Last Updated Saturday, September 28 2013 @ 10:53 AM EDT


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