There’s a colossal variety of music player applications on the market. Some of them are mega-ultra-hyper fancy, offering the end-users an assortment of neat but sometimes unnecessary functions. Others are pretty humble and offer nothing else but just the play/pause/stop/rewind buttons.
However, the best music app (in my opinion) is the one that lingers somewhere in the middle. Just where the best balance lies.
MP3 Player designed by Ellen Sweet Inc. claims to be simple but at the same time promises all the functions you need for the best music listening experience.
Let’s give it a try.
Okay, after just a quick look I could identify the app’s fundamental functions. To be honest, simplicity is what I enjoy in the mobile applications most of all – that means that the authors worked on it diligently, seeking to provide you with the best User Experience possible.
What we have in MP3 Player:
In the meantime, this player can’t download music from the Internet or stream/share it online. No social elements are included either. The score of the features is 9/10.
Now let’s give this app some roasting.
Here’s what it desperately needs at the moment:
As you can see MP3 Player dramatically needs some proper optimization and QA expertise – its simplicity is greatly marred and even paralyzed by these numerous defects. My mark of the interface is 9/10.
The apk is free for all to get, and its monetization strategy is solely based on advertisements. They will harass you for attention literally every 40 seconds, and if you decide to go offline, the app won’t like it, giving you an electro-shock going inactive. 9/10.
This app is compatible only with Android devices, so my mark of this point is 7/10.
I’d sincerely love to love this app because let’s face it, there aren’t many music players that have innate EQ and bass-boost options.
Nonetheless MP3 Player needs some drastic improvements, especially in terms of money-leeching because it’s next to impossible to enjoy your favorite Aretha Franklin album when a pop-up add interrupts you every half a minute.
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