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Evermusic Guide: Player

Updated: 4 days ago

Player is the main application screen where you can control player queue and playback features such as equalizer, sleep timer, audio bookmarks, and so on. Let's take a closer look at how to navigate and utilize these functions.

Accessing the Player

You can reach the full-screen player from the mini-player view. On your iPhone, you'll find this mini player located above the tab bar on the main screen. On your iPad or Mac, it's accessible from the left menu. To tuck away the mini player, tap the mini player icon and swipe it downwards. To completely hide the full-screen player, simply tap the close button located at the bottom right corner.

player screen

Supported Audio Formats

The most popular audio formats are supported: mpeg, aifc, 3gp, avi, aif, latm, 3gpp, m4a, loas, cdda, aac, m4p, m4b, ac3, pls, mp4v, m3u, m4r, aiff, xhe, mp1, snd, mp2, wav, qt, wave, m3u8, m4v, mp3, 3g2, caf, mp4, flac, au, w64, ec3, adts, amr, vtt, mpa, aa.

Playback Controls

At the bottom of the player screen, you'll discover essential playback controls. These include buttons like "Play," "Pause," "Next Track," and "Previous Track." There are even some hidden by default controls like "Next 30 sec" and "Previous 30 sec," which can be uncovered in the app settings. To fast forward or rewind, use a tap-and-hold gesture with the Next/Previous Track buttons. When you want to jump to a specific part of the track, utilize the playback slider.

Repeat and Shuffle

When you want to change the repeat mode, a simple tap on the repeat button will do the trick. You have several options:

"Repeat all" – for looping all tracks in your player queue.

"Repeat one" – for repeating only the current track.

"Repeat Stop" – to pause playback when the current track ends.

"Repeat None" – for letting your queue play through without repeating.

If you're in the mood for some randomness, the "Shuffle" option is your go-to. It shuffles the order of your tracks in the queue, giving you a fresh listening experience each time. You can easily switch between "Shuffle off" and "Shuffle on."

Volume Control

Find volume slider under playback controls. You can change the volume using this slider or standard volume buttons on your device. Additionally, you'll find some handy streaming buttons:

"Google Cast" lets you connect to Google Chromecast devices.

"AirPlay" allows you to link up with devices using AirPlay technology.

Google Cast

For those using Google Cast, you'll spot the Google Cast icon at the bottom of the audio player screen. Simply tap it to reveal a list of available devices. Select the one you want to connect to and start streaming your audio content. Just ensure that your Google Cast device and your iPhone/iPad are on the same Wi-Fi network. Keep in mind that not all audio formats available in the app are supported by Google Cast devices, so some tracks may not be streamable.


On the other hand, if you prefer AirPlay, look for the AirPlay button at the bottom of the audio player screen. A quick tap on it allows you to choose the available device to which you'd like to stream your audio content. The application even supports AirPlay2 technology, enabling you to share audio content across multiple AirPlay devices simultaneously.

airplay devices screen

Audio Equalizer

Evermusic comes packed with a versatile 10-band equalizer, complete with iPod-style presets, a preamplifier, and manual equalizer settings. To activate the equalizer, simply tap the "Equalizer" button on the volume view and toggle the switch control in the top right corner. You can select from a range of predefined equalizer presets like "Acoustic", "Bass Booster", "Classical", and more. If you're a sound enthusiast, you'll appreciate the ability to fine-tune each frequency band using sliders. Feel free to create and save your very own audio equalizer presets. If a track isn't loud enough, you can also adjust the preamplifier gain. We have more detailed instruction about how to use equalizer [here].

audio equalizer screen

Player Mode Toolbar

For a select few player screen styles such as "Antique" and "Classical," you'll find a player mode toolbar at the top of the player screen, right below the navigation bar. This handy toolbar houses three buttons:

"Search" – Ideal for quickly locating a specific track in your player queue.

"Playback speed control" – Adjust your playback speed anywhere from 0.02x to 3.00x. Perfect for those who enjoy audiobooks and lectures. To revert to the default speed settings, simply tap "Normal" speed.

"Audio bookmarks" – Here's where you can create multiple bookmarks for tracks in your music library.

Player Queue

To access your player queue, simply tap the player queue button located on the right side of the current track title. To move a song in the queue, use the reorder indicator near the title.

Options Menu

Each song in your audio player queue has a menu with more actions, accessed by tapping the three dots button near the song title. Available actions for options menu:

Play next: Adds the song to the top of the player queue.

Add to playlist: Adds the song in a playlist, with the option to create a new playlist.

Add to favorites: Marks the song as a favorite for quick access.

Download: Saves the song to local files, appearing in the "Local Files" tab and the "Offline music" section.

Edit audio tags: Opens the built-in audio tags editor to fix missing metadata, modifying the song on your storage.

Show in folder: Reveals the folder where the audio file is stored.

Show in Finder: For files imported from your Mac, this action reveals the folder where the audio file is located on your Mac.

Open in: Exports the audio file to another app.

Delete from queue: Removes the selected song from the audio player queue.

Delete from cloud service: Deletes the song from both the music library and cloud storage (please note that this action is irreversible).

Delete from music library: Deletes the song from your music library, while keeping the file in storage.

more options menu for song screen

Additional Player Actions

Tap the more actions button "..." on the left side of the currently played song title to see additional actions. Continue playback: Resume from where you left off, including queue and media position. This is particularly useful for audiobooks and can be activated in the app settings.

Search: Quickly find a specific track in your audio player queue.

Bookmarks: View your list of created audio bookmarks.

Speed: Adjust the playback speed to your liking.

Recents: Access a list of recently played songs.

Favorites: See your collection of favorited songs.

Audio equalizer: Activate the audio equalizer.

Sleep timer: Set a timer to stop playback after a specified interval. Great for those moments when you want to doze off to your tunes.

Delete queue: Clear your player queue and halt playback.

Settings: Access audio player settings.

Help: Find assistance and guidance.

audio player more options screen

Audio Bookmarks

This feature lets you create multiple bookmarks for tracks in your music library.

To create a new bookmark, follow these steps:

- Begin playing the desired song.

- Open the player screen.

- Tap the "Bookmarks" button on the player mode toolbar or select respective menu in additional player actions.

- Select "Add bookmark."

- Choose the bookmark time and tap "Done" in the top right corner.

Editing bookmarks for the current track is easy. Simply tap the "Edit" button in the top right corner to activate edit mode. In this mode, you can rearrange bookmarks, delete them, adjust bookmark time, and even change bookmark title. This feature is particularly useful for audiobooks, lectures, or when you want to mark specific moments in a track.

More detailed instruction about how to user audio bookmarks available [here]:

audio bookmarks screen

Recents and Favorites

On the player screen, you can access the "Recents" and "Favorites" sections by tapping the more actions button "..." and selecting the respective menu item. In both sections, you can search for songs, play all tracks, shuffle all tracks, and clear the lists.

favorites screen

Mini Player Window (Mac Exclusive)

For Mac users, there's a handy mini player window. To access it, simply move your cursor to the bottom-right edge of the app window and resize it to the smallest possible size. Then, tap the collapse button (depicted as a downward arrow) to activate the mini player window. If you want to keep it on top of other windows, go to the top menu bar of your Mac, select 'Window,' and choose 'Show Window Always On Top.' This feature is especially convenient when you're listening to audio lectures and don't want any interruptions.

mini player window mac

Audio Player Settings

To access audio player settings, tap the more button on the audio player screen and select "Settings" from the drop-down menu. Here, you'll find various sections:

audio player settings menu

General: houses general audio player settings for playback queue, audio output, and state-saving.

Available options:

Repeat mode: change repeat mode to specify audio player behaviour when track finished playback. You have several options:

"Repeat all" – for looping all tracks in your player queue.

"Repeat one" – for repeating only the current track.

"Repeat Stop" – to pause playback when the current track ends.

"Repeat None" – for letting your queue play through without repeating.

Shuffle mode: change tracks order randomly. This action changes tracks order in the queue and tracks are played one by one with the new order. Available values: "Shuffle off", "Shuffle on".

Spatial audio: allows you to change the audio formats applied for spatial audio. Available values:"Disabled", "Mono and stereo", "Multichannel", "Mono, stereo, and multichannel".

general player settings screen

Audio pitch algorithm: lets you set audio pitch algoritm that will be applied for pitch correction. Available values:"Time domain", "Spectral", "Varispeed".

Audio output mode: (available on iOS only) lets you set audio output mixed mode so audio from this application will blend with other applications. You can find instruction about how to use mixed mode [here].

Save playback position: ensures the application saves and restores playback position for songs in your music library.

Save audio player state: saves your audio player state before closing the application, making it easy to resume from where you left off.

Once you've enabled both of these features, open any folder, album, artist, genre within Evermusic. You'll notice a "Continue Playback" button at the top of the screen, along with the last saved song playback position. To restore the playback progress, simply tap on the "Continue Playback" button. If you want to restore playback for an individual file, tap on that specific file.

Personalization: allows you to customize the look of the audio player screen, change available controls on the main screen of audio player, lock screen, and status bar during audio playback, and configure skip time controls.

personalization settings screen

Song Loading: During the song loading process, you can change the network type that Evermusic uses to load songs. 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: is where you can change audio equalizer configuration.

Playback Speed: lets you adjust audio player playback speed.

playback speed screen

Crossfade playback: Crossfade allows the songs to flow seamlessly in a continuous mix. The next song begins playing a few seconds before the current one finishes. Please notice that crossfade is not available for AirPlay and Google Chromecast. On this screen you can select the duration when the current song and next song are playing simultaneously.

crossfade playback screen

Audio player cache: songs in audio player queue will be downloaded automatically to provide smooth playback. If you download audio files manually you can disable this option to avoid duplicates. You can configure audio player cache size here.

audio player cache settings screen

Sleep timer: lets you enable a timer to stop playback after a specified timeout.

sleep timer settings screen

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