Guide Evermusic: Settings
On this screen, you can access the application settings and upgrade it to the Premium version.
Upgrade to Premium - upgrade the application to the Premium version and remove all limits. Currently, the free version of the application has one in-app purchase that allows you to remove all restrictions and upgrade to the Premium version. This is a lifetime purchase and it will work on every iOS device connected to the same iTunes account. To restore your purchase on the new iOS device just use the "Restore purchases" menu. Since the app does not have a subscription model and only a one-lifetime in-app purchase - purchases on iOS and Mac versions of the app are different so you can upgrade only the version that you need.
Limits in the free version:
"Maximum number of cloud accounts" - 3,
"Number of playlists" - 5,
"Number of songs in the player queue" - 750,
"Number of songs in one playlist" - 1000,
"Download albums/artists/genres" - you can download tracks one by one using more actions menu but downloading all tracks in one tap in albums/artists/genres/playlists screen available only in Premium version.
"Download folders" - you can download files one by one but folders downloading are available only in the Premium version.
Evermusic Pro (app with red icon) has the same functionality as Evermusic Free (blue icon) with activated purchase. So there is no need to install a "red" app if you have already upgraded the "blue" app with purchase. These apps have different bundle id so if you activate in-app purchases in the "blue" app you will not be able to install the "red" app for free.
Restore purchases - if you already purchased the app and reinstall it again you can use this menu to restore your purchase and continue using the Premium version.
Try Premium for free - you can upgrade to the Premium version for free but for a limited time only using this menu. Just watch an advertisement or tell your friends about this app to get the Premium version for free.
What’s new - see what is new in the updated application. This menu item is visible only after an update.
Download albums, artists, genres
Maximum number of songs in one playlist
Maximum number of songs in a player queue
Maximum number of playlists
Maximum number of cloud services
Audio player - all audio player settings available here like equalizer, crossfade playback, audio player cache, song loading, and so on.
General - here you can find all general audio player settings.
"Repeat" - tap if you want to change repeat mode.
"All" - repeat all tracks in the player queue.
"One" - repeat only one track.
"Stop" - stop player when track playback finished.
"Disabled" - do not repeat audio player queue.
"Shuffle" - change tracks order randomly. This action changes tracks order in the player queue and tracks are played one by one with the new shuffled order. Available options: "Disabled", "Enabled".
"Audio output mode" - if this option active audio output will be mixed with other audio apps on your device. This feature is useful for games and DJ sets.
"Save playback position" - save last played position for tracks in your music library. So when you tap to play the track again it will continue playing from the latest saved media position.
"Save audio player state" - save and restore audio player queue with now playing item and current media position between application launches. When you open the app tap and hold the play button for 3 seconds to restore the last saved player state.
Screen - here you can configure the user interface for the audio player screen.
"Audio player main screen" - select the design for the audio player screen. Possible values:
"Antique" - playback slider on the top of the screen like in classic iPod.
"Classical" - playback slider and controls on the bottom of the screen and actions toolbar on the top.
"Modern" - minimized style for the player screen.
"Audio player buttons on the main screen" - use this section to configure playback controls on the player screen. Possible values:
"Next and previous song" - default buttons on the player screen next and previous song.
"Skip time" - useful for audiobooks and long lectures.
"Audio player buttons on the lock screen" - use this section to configure playback controls on the lock screen when the application is in the background. Possible values:
"Skip time" - useful for audiobooks and long lectures.
"Add bookmark" - you can add a bookmark for now playing song on the lock screen and Apple Watch.
"Skip time" - you can change a time interval for the "Skip time" buttons.
Song Loading - change network type during song loading. Available options - "Wi-Fi", "Wi-Fi and Cellular data".
"Preloading time" - set buffering time interval. You may increase this value if you have a bad network connection.
Audio equalizer - change audio equalizer settings like preset or preamplifier gain, you can create a custom preset just change slider values. Default presets are: "Acoustic", "Bass Booster", "Bass Reducer", "Classical", "Dance", "Deep", "Electronic", "Flat", "Hip-Hop", "Jazz", "Latin", "Loudness", "Lounge", "Piano", "Pop", "R&B", "Rock", "Small Speakers", "Spoken Word",“Treble Booster", "Treble Reducer", "Vocal Booster". Preamplifier gain is useful if you need to make sound louder.
Playback speed - you can change player speed here. You can use predefined values from 0.25 to 3.0 and set a custom value using a slider.
Crossfade playback - a useful feature that lets the songs play without any silence between tracks. By default, the next track starts playing at 6 seconds before the current track ends. You can enable this feature and change the crossfade duration on this screen.
Audio player cache - when enabled next song will be loaded automatically to the local storage to prevent gaps between songs during switching. You can change cache size and clear all cached tracks here. This feature activates automatically if you use crossfade playback.
Sleep timer - when enabled audio player queue will be stopped after the timer fires.
Recents - you can clear the list of recently played songs here.
Music library - your music library settings like automatic sync, metadata reading, loading of album artworks, playlists are located here.
Online music synchronization - when enabled tracks from your network accounts will be automatically added to your music library. But if you want to play them offline you need to download them manually. For the best performance of this feature, you need to set "Synchronized folders". In this case, the application will scan all selected folders to find supported audio files and add them to the library. You can start/stop synchronization by tapping on the corresponding menu action.
Online music synchronization works only when the app is in the foreground. That's why sync may take a long time. If you need to speed up the process - just enable background synchronization and connect a charger to your device.
There is a life hack: if you have large music collection online music synchronization may take a long time as it works only when the app is active. In this case, you need to enable background synchronization, connect a charger, and start the audio player with repeat all tracks in queue enabled. According to the iOS specification, the app will remain active in the background if music from that app is playing. Then you may turn off sound and leave your device for one night. It should complete all online music synchronization till morning.
Metadata synchronization - when enabled tracks metadata will be loaded automatically and tracks that appeared in your library will be grouped by Artist/Genre/Album. You can change the speed of metadata reading if you need to load data faster but that may use extra energy. You can also disable the metadata reader and show file names instead of tags information. Metadata reader only updates metadata in your music library and does not change files stored in your cloud account or local storage. If you want to edit metadata for audio files use the corresponding action from the options menu. When the background synchronization checkbox is checked - the metadata reader works in background mode. There is a life hack: if you have a large music collection, metadata fetching may take a long time as it works only when the app is active. In this case, you need to enable background synchronization, connect the charger, and start the audio player with repeat all tracks in queue enabled. According to the iOS specification, the app will remain active in the background if music from that app is playing. Then you may turn off sound and leave your device for one night. It should complete all metadata synchronization till morning.
Album covers - by default application loads missing artworks to your music library from the internet when you connected to the WiFi network. You can disable this feature here and increase or decrease cache size for album artworks.
Playlists - "Allow duplicates in a playlist" - when this option is enabled you can add the same song into a playlist several times.
Delete music library - delete all tracks from your music library but don’t touch audio files in your cloud services and local files.
Passcode - activates the password protection screen if you want to protect your application data.
"Download files" - choose network type when you download files to your device.
"Number of active downloads" - set number of parallel download threads. Set maximum number if you want to download files faster but this will need extra battery power.
"Save downloaded files to" - set default downloads directory or ask every time where to save files.
"Show full filenames" - set this option if you need to show full filenames in file manager.
"Enable editing online files" - you can disable online file editing and use connected cloud services in read-only mode if you don’t want to delete some important files accidentally.
"Copy files during import" - set how the app should process imported files from other applications.
"Thumbnails for files" - clear generated file thumbnails to free up storage.
Audio tags editor - set how the app should update edited audio files on a cloud service.
WiFi-Drive - activates WiFi transfer feature which allows you to transfer files from computer to this device using a desktop web browser.
User Interface - you can change the user interface theme and activate dark mode here. The "Number of items per page" is 100 by default for the best performance but you can change this value to load all items immediately. "Screen always active" - activate this feature if you want the screen to be active when you use the application. Set album covers as a background image for music visualization but this requires extra resources from your device. Accessibility "Text mode" is useful if you need a simple user interface without images for example when the VoiceOver feature is active.
Language - change application language and override default system settings.
Backup & restore application data - use this feature to backup all your application data or migrate it to another device. You can choose which data you want to migrate:
"Music library" - all your tracks in the music library, including playlists. Offline tracks will not backup to optimize backup file size.
"Album artwork" - all you cached album covers.
"Settings" - all your application settings.
To start backup operation just tap "Start backup" button and select destination folder where you want to save the backup file.
To restore application data from the backup file tap "Restore" button and select backup file from the cloud service.
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