Pulsar Music Player MOD 2022

1.11.0

Full featured mp3 and audio player with Chromecast and Android Auto support.
4.6/5 Votos: 190,513
Versión
1.11.0
Actualización
26.11.2021
Requerimientos
4.1
Consíguelo en
Google Play

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Descripción

Pulsar Music Player has long been one of the best music players on Android. It is an offline audio player without advertisements. Its gorgeous user interface matches every single detail of the material design guidelines.

Pulsar contains almost every necessary feature to fulfill all of your musical needs including: gapless playback, lyrics display, crossfade, play speed adjustment, tag editing, last.fm scrobbling, Chromecast, voice command, Android Auto, equalizer, music visualizer, audio balance, ReplayGain, sleep timer, etc.

Pulsar is the ultimate audio player on Android, with millions of downloads. It has been translated into 36 different languages.

Key Features:

✓ Gorgeous user interface and animation with material design.
✓ Manage and play music by album, artist, folder, and genre.
✓ Smart playlists with most played, recently played, and newly added tracks.
✓ Automatic sync missing album/artist images.
✓ Fast search across albums, artists, and songs.
✓ Resizable home screen widget.
✓ Gapless playback support.
✓ Play speed adjustment.
✓ Crossfade support.
✓ Replay gain volume normalization.
✓ Built-in metadata tag editor (mp3 and more).
✓ Display lyrics (embedded and lrc file).
✓ Sava/restore playback position (useful for podcast and audiobook).
✓ Music visualizer rendering.
✓ Chromecast (Google Cast) support.
✓ Google voice commands support.
✓ Android Auto support.
✓ Disable car auto play on Bluetooth.
✓ Sound balance adjustment.
✓ Last.fm scrobbling.
✓ Various colorful themes.
✓ Free of advertisements.
✓ Sleep timer.

Pulsar supports standard music file types including mp3, aac, flac, ogg, wav and etc.
If you cannot find your music in Pulsar, please click the “rescan library” menu item from the action bar to rescan your device.

Pulsar audio player has a complete online user manual, click here:
https://rhmsoft.com/pulsar/help/help.html

If you can help to translate this mp3 player to your native language, or there is any mistake in current translation, please contact our email: [email protected]

If you run into any issues or have any suggestions while using this mp3 player, please feel free to contact us: [email protected]
You can also share your comments to the Pulsar audio player thread on xda-developers:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/android/apps-games/app-pulsar-music-player-t3197336

Thanks for using Pulsar Music Player!

Album and artist images used in the screenshots are licensed under Public Domain License:
https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/

Novedades

✓ Fix compatibility problems on Android 11 & 12.

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40 comentarios en "Pulsar Music Player MOD 2022"

  1. The best music player to replace Mi Music on Xiaomi mobiles. Yet, it’s a bit confusing with creating playlist(s). The fact that you can’t create playlist(s) in playlists section is really annoying because every time I want to create a new playlist, I have to go to the song and add to playlist and then create a new one which is very troublesome. If you guys could make it a bit more simple, it’d be better than this.

  2. Alex K dice:

    Switching from Black Player I love the stable experience. However there is a number of features missing: 1) Ability to show Artist artwork for VA/Mix Albums and when there is no Album image. 2) Show the least played songs. 3) Shuffle random selection seems to play certain tracks multiple times while some tracks never get played. 4) What is the relationship to Omnia player? I see slight differences but a full list would be highly appreciated, what is the goal of having two?

  3. Best music player for your portable device. Supports album art and lyrics. Lots of options available, including deleting the song from your device directly from this app. The only problem I have found is with the song art. When I play songs, some of the art is from other songs. When I do a show tags, the correct album art does show up. I have cleared the cache but this did not fix it. All in all though, I would not change this music player for any other. It is definitely better than the old Google player and all of the other music player apps with ads out there.

  4. Its a pretty good app, I haven’t had it for long but I noticed that if your playing music and you have its notifications turned on it will have like 5 almost tabs of the same song (like if you have Spotify and another music player open, it looks like that). I can’t figure out how to fix. Not really a problem with the functionality of an app but it’s Hella annoying.

  5. Originally I was very happy with this app, easy to use and stylish, and it plays all my music files just fine. I usually keep things on shuffle, however, today I noticed that when I try to click on a specific song to play it will instead play a random one. I turned shuffle off and it still happens. I hope this isn’t intentional in its design, it’s very frustrating. Hopefully this gets fixed in the future.

  6. R Bross dice:

    This is by far my favorite audio player. Works almost seamlessly with Android auto. I subtracted 1 star because when browsing folders, it flattens all the folders. For example it shows all sub-folders in a single list rather than letting you select a folder and drill down. That’s how I usually browse my collection and it just doesn’t work for me.

  7. Bruce G. dice:

    I had it for several years with 33 albums on it. A friend recently allowed me to copy about 250 of his. I converted everything to mp.3 put the music on both of my phones and they all work perfectly through WI FI/Bluetooth in my car. Never a problem. I just wish I could say the same for art grabber. I recently hit the local library and the thrift store. Now I have 359.

  8. Trying to use the app after losing winamp. Fairly easy to use. BUT can’t exit the player, no way to close program. It stays active in background even when using the clear all function. Have to go to app management and stop. That’s a lot of work that should be a menu option.

  9. Simple, easy to use music player with no ads. Upgraded my phone to a pixel 6 and pulsar doesn’t work quite right on this phone. When I try to play songs in my playlist, it will play the first song, and then the audio stops, but it still shows the next song as progressing. This used to be my favorite music app, and maybe if they can patch that I will come back. The below fix worked for a little bit, but now songs will not play at all through pulsar.

  10. Very very solid app! The only thing that could improve it would be to have a way where playlists can be restored when switching phones. I’ve never been able to restore playlists, even with the built in feature because the directory tags for songs changes from phone to phone. This app uses a text file with directory info that unfortunately does not carry over well. What’s worse is that you cannot specify the music directory so that a proper restoration of playlists can be made. Still, good app.

  11. I used to love this app, but when I switched to a new phone a number of albums are showing up empty. The files are in the folder, but no songs are showing up in the player. I’ve tried rescanning the library a number of times, I’ve tried deleting the files and re-copying them, but nothing works. I’ll change my rating to 5 stars if this issue gets fixed.

  12. I love this audio player, it’s great. I’ve been using this app for about 2 years now and have never had a single ad (every now and again it will ask for a review) It has a nice balance of a minimalistic, uncluttered interface and must have features for anyone who likes to carry their music collection around with them. It’s great for podcasts and audiobooks; bookmarking positions for longer files was something I didn’t even realize I needed.

  13. After trying several other simple audio players this is the only one I’ve found that actually works without any major issues. The only problem I’ve come across is that it applied the same incorrect album art to hundreds of songs that didn’t have any art, but all other song info is still correct. It does exactly what I wanted, it plays my music.

  14. I actually love Pulsar, but one thing has me losing hair. Album files with (so far as I can tell from tag editing software) totally identical meta data, are being divided in the app into multiple “albums.” I thought it was the “Artist” field causing issues, but I made a test album with “Various Artists” and got the same result. Will gladly up my rating if I can figure this out. Using Android 10.

  15. josh baer dice:

    **Bluetooth autoplay happens even with the option off. Please fix this!** Please add an option to turn off autoplay on plugging in wired headphones-yes, I still use them! Super annoying when music interrupts streaming. UI is good, and being ad-free is great. There’s an option to remove duplicates from playlists, but a warning that songs have already been added and an option to skip duplicates would be better. Pausing also makes controls disappear from the lock screen almost immediately.

  16. Ben G dice:

    Amazing offline music player. No ads is great, gapless playback (which should be expected but isn’t always present in apps), and great format compatibility. The tag editing is pretty touchy, though, so editing metadata (in my case) still has to be done on a PC. The playlist feature is great, too.

  17. Reasonable but could be better – it didn’t used to hold my place when closing and reopening something that I was listening to, but now is quite reliable. It would be very convenient to be able to skip ahead or back 10-15 seconds. However, the biggest problem for me is that now I cannot share via Whatsapp – which was very useful, for years. I will probably look for a different app because of this.

  18. Shows up on Android Auto. I have tried several other players that claimed they work with Android Auto, but they didn’t show up on the screen. Pulsar is full of useful features. I love the display of the music on my phone. Hi highly recc6this app. for use with Android Auto.

  19. Update: Now running on Android 11 – still no issues. After the demise of the Google player I needed an app to play my music from my SD card and would also be accessible via android auto. I tried a couple other apps that worked well, but I had to control them through the phone. I found a reference for android auto compatibility for Pulsar on an android forum. So far, this app is great. Running on Android 10 on Samsung A21. The display accurately shows current track and album artwork.

  20. Dave Rave dice:

    Pulsar is my favorite app for playing playlists and (FLAC & MP3) music files from my phone’s storage, which I sync from my PC. Pulsar is almost perfect (except for the understandable lack of WMA audio-file support). Pulsar is excellent at interpreting & playing Windows M3U playlists that I transfer from my PC. Every other player-app that I tried, can’t deal with Windows Media Player M3U playlists because the file-pathnames use “” instead of Android-standard “/”, and they may contain album-name characters like “#” or “[ ]” . Unfortunately, Samsung dropped native WMA playback support starting with the Galaxy S21, so Pulsar can no longer play WMA audio files on newer Samsung phones. Some other premiums apps (e.g. PowerAmp) have their own WMA playback software/libraries. However, unlike PowerAmp, Pulsar is free & ad-free (and not Russian). Pulsar works well, looks good, is intuitive, and customizable. (E.g. I moved the “Playlist” tab to the 1st, leftmost tab, followed by artist, album, etc.) There are lots of great options like gapless playback, equalizer, Bluetooth auto-playback, car-auto-playback, etc. Pulsar doesn’t do streaming or casting, but I don’t care because I use Pandora, Spotify, etc. for streaming, and HiFi Cast & MusicCast, etc. for WiFi casting to my Yamaha receivers. I tried several other player apps before settling on Pulsar. Except for WMA file support, Pulsar is perfect for my local-playback needs. (I’ll just replace my WMA files with MP3 or Ogg-Vorbis files.)

  21. I tried the Pulse+ option and have to say – DON’T DO IT! I wanted the equalizer and had horrible results. The volume and such changed regularly as songs progressed, getting LOUD, going quiet, while a song was playing. Song would start LOUD, go quiet, GET LOUD! then soft again. This app needs serious work. The whole point of an equalizer is to gain control over sound. Pulse+ takes that control away. Also, when applying for refund, the app immediately uninstalled on its own. Still out $3.99 bruh.

  22. Excellent Music Player! This app is awesome for being free and ad free! My music just seems to sound better in Pulsar. The only thing I would like to see in future versions is when I close or exit the app, that it WOULD NOT keep running in the background.

  23. Almost perfect. It’s stylish, featureful, and the ability to blacklist certian folders was a “must have” for me. However, I have one gripe that I would love to see remidied. When looking at the track list, you can’t see the album art. Just a play button. This really slows down the experience. When someone is about to select a song, their finger covers to song title, so being able to see the album art, to ensure they select the right song is really convient.

  24. Hland Amm dice:

    After the whole YTMusic debacle, I switched from it to PowerAmp, but found its interface incredibly difficult (seriously, I can’t just shuffle all songs of a particular artist?).. So, I switched from poweramp to Pulsar Music Player. It is so much easier to use, and just does exactly what I want it to, without any hassle. Been using for a few weeks and have not had a single frustration with it! Highly recommended for folks who have their own music library and want to use it without streaming.

  25. I installed/uninstalled several music apps before I happened upon Pulsar, and now, I’ve no need to look any further. This app is perfect for my needs. The overall design is extremely user friendly. The playback/sound quality is terrific. And, I absolutely LOVE the Change Image feature. One of the problems I encountered with other apps is that the album artwork doesn’t always transfer or download from the internet. So please do not remove that feature. All in all, thanks for a great app!

  26. This is a great music app. I updated to the Pro version and have made it my go-to music player. EQ is bumping and the shuffle algorithm seems more random than most. I’d give it 5 stars but I have a problem with the widget. It doesn’t update the songs. The lock screen shows the current song but the widget will show whatever song was there last I checked. If I go into the app, the widget will update to the current song but it requires me going into the app. I have Android 10. Other than that, solid product, highly recommend.

  27. Great music player. I’ve been using it for over two years. However recently when casting the music will stop playing. When a song ends you will hear just a split second of the next song, then the music stops and casting is no longer selected. This will happen randomly, sometimes the first song played other times after a few songs. Very frustrating. I’m using a Goggle Pixel phone. I hate to give up on the app but the majority of my listening I use casting.

  28. I’ve been using this app on multiple devices over the course of a couple of months now. It hits the perfect balance between minimalist look, abundant featutes, and fully customizable settings. You can set which folder is your music folder, so that it doesn’t pick up, say, your podcasts from another app. Don’t have the album art? No problem. What a wonderful app.

  29. So far this is the best player. I love being able to make playlists, swipe to change songs, and chromecast. And it plays the songs on my sd card. Only problems I found was sometimes it passes the song when I shake even with that option disabled (could just be my phone). Isn’t too much of a problem tho. I also found that I can edit all the tags on some of my songs – but no problem. They have tag editors for that. Out if all the players I tried – this is the best one. 10 out of 10!! Thank you!😁

  30. I recently downloaded Pulsar to be the Music Player for my Android car Stereo. I like the interface and majority of the functions, however I noticed that when playing my albums, it would sort the songs by alphabetical order instead of by the track number. Depending on the album this can be an issue, especially when there is a flow from one track to the next. I think that if this is fixed, I could give it five stars. Just for further information, the music is stored on an USB drive that interfaces directly with my Android stereo.

  31. Horrible customer service. I emailed a simple question: “Does your app support Bluetooth Audio (NOT Android Auto)? If not, will you be programming that into a future update?” I sent that last week, and to date, I have not received even the courtesy of a return email saying that they are looking into it. If you use Bluetooth Audio in your car to play music, just know that this app does not let you control your music from the touchscreen on your car stereo. You have to manually change songs, albums or playlists manually from your phone – something very dangerous to do while you’re driving. I am writing this because it seems the only way to get a response is to give a negative review. If they do respond, I may update this review.

  32. I was one of the many looking for a Google Play Music replacement and refusing to pay to play my own tunes through YouTube Music. I also wasn’t comfortable with any app that needs to access a cloud account to stream music files.This app gets the job done. No frills, but easy to use if you just want to play your tunes on or through your phone. Only two minor gripes. For some reason, deleted playlists keep reappearing. Also, album track listings are out of order once the app pulls the music files. That’s not a big deal, unless you’re so used to listening to the whole album and expecting a certain order. This is really noticeable on live albums (usually the first track is some sort of intro – but it may come in the middle or end of playing).

  33. Brian Kim dice:

    Pretty good, but it would be nice if there were options to start at the folders section instead of all songs, and to switch to the player automatically when picking a song. Lastly, the skip back button should just switch to the previous song, not rewind the current one. It’s way too hard to go back without pausing. All of these suggestions should be toggleable options of course, as there are people who probably like things the way they are.

  34. I’ve been using this for a long time and it’s great. No ads unlike other apps, and I like the default way I can manage my library. It’s hard to find an app like that. I do think you should add the ability to determine whether you want to add a duplicate song or not to a playlist. I’ve unknowingly added doubles or triples to a list and I had no idea. this option would help so much. Also, it’d be really awesome to have playlist folders. I have issues and need everything to be “just so”. plzkthx!

  35. When it works, it’s great for listening to music offline, but… Everytime I open it, it cannot find any files until I manually “rescan,” and even then, it often takes 2-3 tries. Then once it sees all of the music files, if I pause a track for a few minutes and come back, all the files are gone again, and I have to “rescan” another 2-3 times. This also means all playlists made through Pulsar are lost as well.

  36. SeaHous44 dice:

    The only thing keeping my review from becoming 5 stars is the inability to customize the screen. Some of us don’t care about a favorite track or a playlist. I utilize the folder option exclusively. I also am a huge fan of artwork, and frankly it just plain outright sucks that we don’t have the option to remove icons that block or obscure the album cover. If you can fix that, I’d give you 10 stars if I could! Other than that the Pulsar Player is perfect!

  37. Mixed feelings with the app. I am using it to play music on my Samsung S8 phone with the music on a memory stick. The rescan feature is very erratic in that it only “finds” a portion of the music, not all tracks. Subsequent rescans seems to add more of the total, but it doesn’t load them all. I have reached out to their help desk, but no response to date. I am looking at other players, this is not 100% ready for prime time. Or, if there are limitations they should make that clear.

  38. It’s a pretty good app. My only complaint is that the app keeps overriding the artist pictures with the wrong ones even after I’ve found and changed it to the correct one. Can it stop doing that please? I’d like to keep the correct picture. And perhaps you guys can add a function where the correct picture can be uploaded to the app database to correct the wrong pictures. For instance when two or more artists share the same name. It’s annoying. I’m tired of changing it back constantly.

  39. I downloaded to replace google play music and just wanted simple and easy to use. So far this has been awesome! I opened it and it already had all my offline files without having to do any transferring or searching. It does take a bit of time if you want to build a specific organization or playlist but well worth it! No ads, easy to use, simple set up with great features (i use the free version, for a little extra the paid version has more options to dig a little deeper and personalize more)

  40. Best music player out there right now, paid or free! Used Poweramp, JetPlayer, and many others over the years and Pulsar beats them all. It has a very similar format, so is easy to learn and adjust to, and is very stable. The equalizer is a premium feature and isn’t worth the price, but I bought it anyway to support the developer.(It does work)

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