01/28/2012, 03:38 PM
So far I've tried the stock player, audiophile HD, and homebrew remix, the stock player seems to be the best on my 1.8ghz panda which isn't saying a great deal. With about 40gigs of music the stock player has the least lag when flipping through artists and such, audiophile is useless as the indexer never finishes and even if I force past that it's still slow and jerky, and homebrew remix also lags more noticeably than the stock player. Is paid Remix very smooth? After Audiophile I don't want to waste beer money on another unsatisfying audio app and I can't find a recent version of Remix to pirate so I can't test it out, which is never a good sign for the software.
Does anyone know of an app that can smoothly scroll through a large library, quickly switch songs, and preferably produce a bacon smell as it does so? Or, am I possibly just doing something wrong? I have her overclocked through uber with most(if not all, probably all) of the performance patches installed. I've avoided trying out CM9 audio options since I'd rather keep WebOS as my audio OS so friends can see how awesome it is but right now it's hardly a good advertisement.
Please let me know if you have any suggestions, I don't care about the look or features beyond listing by artist, a search function, little pause when switching tracks, and >smooth scrolling< through lists.
ADD1/29: Remix is the best option, it's the bacon of music players.