Foobar2000 is a music player application that’s light to install and very easy to use. It is developed by Resolute, a UK based developer. If you are using Android app, then the other music player app may not be reading all music files in your phone. This one is different. With its light and simple user interface, you will find your favorite song when other music player cannot find it. The installation pack does not require large space since it takes only around 6 MB. To use the app, no internet connection is needed, unless for downloading the installer packs only.
foobar2000 File Information
Last updated: February 14, 2022
Version: 1.3 (714)
Requirement: Android 4.0 and up
File size: 7 MB
Uploaded: February 14, 2022 at 11:19AM GMT+07
Available on Google Play: Install from Google Play
foobar2000 app review
Amazingly, compared to other music app, users will find this app is versatile. It is able to play the audio from .mp4 files. It can also play .m4a files as normally found from voice recorder files. Another positive side from this app is its little animation which may ease the use as it leads to fewer chances of lagging.
Foobar2000 for Android is available in light and dark mode which user can use directly from its settings. It does not follow the system settings, so feel free to determine your color. The settings enable you to use skin, but what file type it uses and where to download it is still ‘obscure’.
During the audio playback, users can seek, pause, and go to previous/next audio. Like other music app, the classic shuffle, repeat, and creating playlist features are available. Unfortunately, the repeat feature for one song only isn’t available yet. As for the control, you can easily control to pause, go for previous/next song through the notification pane. In addition, controlling from the lock screen is also doable, but only for certain types of Android phones. However, the app cannot display the lyric text that is usually attached along.
- Restored accidentally disabled TAK support due to a configuration error.