[UPDATED] Fusion Player - Dynamic Online Music Player

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(Vishal Joshi) #1

What is the name of your app?

Fusion Player

Describe your app:

Its a simple online Music Player. MP3 files are fetched from Airtable database. MP3 files are displayed in a colin tree list view with download icon (download not working right now).
There is a timer for the song duration and also you will get the song name individually when you play any song from the list view.

Screenshots:

App Download link:

New Updated APK (Online Music Player) - Fusion Player (New).apk (6.6 MB)

[Minimum API changed back to 21]

Whats New -

  • Dynamic Category
  • Dynamic Music According to Category Selected
  • Download Music
  • AdMob Integration
  • Side Menu
  • Splash Screen

AIA file (Optional)

you need to pay for the aia (contact for details)

Thanks To

@ Deep_Host - for counter extension
@ColinTree([Free] Custom ListView - ColinTreeListView - #ThunkableClassicExtensions - Thunkable Community) - for colinTreeListView extension


(Daniel) #2

Something’s wrong, I cannot install it. What minimum API have you set?
My phone is a Nubia N1 lite running Android 6.0
But, after the screenshot, it looks cool!


(Vishal Joshi) #3

minimum API is 16


(Daniel) #4

Then I really don’t know what the problem is.


(Vishal Joshi) #5

me too… let me change the api to 21.


(Nathan) #6

I installed on 8.0:


(Vishal Joshi) #7

ok… so its working…


(Nathan) #8

It should work as my Android Version is higher than 6.0


(Vishal Joshi) #9

i have changed the api to 21. Download link is updated.


(Daniel) #10

Then I’ll restart my phone and we’ll see.
Just for clarify, I get the “there was a error while parsing the package” error.


(Daniel) #11

Thanks, now works. But I suggest to change the min API back, For 4.1 and 5 users.


(Daniel) #12

Just installed it, again, nice app!


(Vishal Joshi) #13

thanks…


(Nathan) #14

Then reboot into your bootloader and clear cache on your phone. Then restart it again


(Kanishka Chakraborty) #15

I think you mean Recovery.


(Nathan) #16

Sorry, my phone has whats called a Bootloader, as I seen


(Kanishka Chakraborty) #17

All Android phones have both a bootloader and a recovery. You can’t operate the bootloader on the phone itself (you need ADB and fastboot commands). The recovery is operated on the phone itself, and custom recoveries like TWRP can do some pretty cool and advanced stuff. It has full touch support, and can indeed clear the cache.


(Nathan) #18

The default recovery on Android can also clear cache INDEED


(Kanishka Chakraborty) #19

IDK, I’ve never seen the default Android recovery. Most OEMs ship with their own useless recovery.

Did I mention locked bootloaders?


(Nathan) #20

The recovery on my phone isn’t useless. This is getting off topic.