Our recent release of Rocket Player brings several great features. We are so thrilled about it we are also doing an unlocker giveaway in this blog post! Our latest and greatest features include: 

  • Enhanced Genre Support
  • Supported Audio Formats
  • Tag Editing
  • Album Compilations
  • x86 Intel supported Androids

Enhanced Genre Support

Rocket Player now supports genres outside of the supported Android genres. If you have a whacky genre like "Light Switch Rave"or a non-generic genre like "Vocal Concerted Music", these will now be displayed accurately in Rocket Player's genre tab. If you do see an unknown genre, simply edit the genre tag. 

Supported Audio Formats

Rocket Player is now able to support audio formats outside of the Android supported formats. These formats include: 
  • APE (ape)
  • Musepack (mpc)
  • Free Lossless Audio Codec (flac)
  • True Audio (tta)
  • Waveform Audio File (wav)
  • Windows Media Audio Non-Lossless (wma)
These audio formats are only available to Rocket Player Unlocker users. 
The first 3 people to retweet this blog post with #RocketPlayerRocks will receive an unlock code, to be able to use these new audio formats. 

Tag Editing

Tag editing has been on our feature request list for a long time and is now available to everyone. With tag editing, edit a song title, artist, album, even track numbers and years. As mentioned before, "unknown" in tags can be edited to display the correct or desired information in your media.

Artist Compilations 

Additionally, a feature that all of our listeners can now enjoy is artist compilations. Album compilations is a sorting feature that will now display
albums in the order they were released by the artist. 

x86 Intel Supported Android

Rocket Player is now ready to support of x86 intel based processors for Android devices. This does not affect many devices yet, since ARM processors are still dominant; never the less, x86 processors in Android devices are coming to a store near you. 

We also want to thank our Rocket Player beta testers who will be mentioned in a separate blog post. Without our beta testers this release and subsequent hotfix would have taken much longer! Find out how you can be a beta tester