Application to record audio and save it locally in the device. The application also visualizes the audio in wave format. It also supports recording in the background while you can continue using the device for other tasks.
This project is mainly for use with Android applications that do not have access to Java's
javax.sound.midi library. However, it is a stand-alone Java library with no Android-specific dependencies or considerations.
A playlist file (*.pls) parser library for Android.
A View subclass that Takes the input from the Android MediaPlayer and displays visualizations, like in iTunes or WinAmp. The Visualizer is designed to be modular, so it is very easy to combine visualizations to create more complex effects.
Convert audio files inside your Android app easily. Supported formats: WAV, AAC, MP3, M4A, WMA and FLAC.
This library allows you to play Ogg Live Streams on any Android device. It is based on JOrbis so everything is written in Java code.
Simple capture and play audio for android.
Shows a graphic representation of the sounds captured by the microphone on Android
A simple themable & integrable audio player library for Android.
AudioPlayerView is an Android view that loads audio from an url and have basic playback tools.
This is an android-library which allow you to retrieve metadata such as title and headers of audio-stream as soon as possible.
1st Most Fastest, Latest Designed and open source Music player.
Simple and easy to use PlaySound.java file lets you generate tone of a particular frequency.
DMAudioStreamer library helps you to integrate audio streaming in your application.
Eleven music player (CyanogenMod) - compatible with Android version > 14.
A fully open source music player for Android.
Alternative for MediaPlayer for music files. Uses ExoPlayer 2 and MediaPlayer for lower APIs.
Jams is a free, powerful and elegant music player for Android.
A simple audio player for Android that you can plugin to your apps quickly get audio playback working.
Jockey is a music player for Android based on Google's Material Design standards. The point of Jockey is to be a simple, lightweight media player with features designed for music enthusiasts and casual listeners alike. Currently Jockey is notably lacking a few enthusiast features like gapless playback, crossfade and replay gain which may be added in the future.
Libpulse-android is a JNI interface to functions of libpulse (which communicates with pulseaudio). As of now, it is focused on providing access to introspection functions of the library, so as to enable writing of a remote control volume application.
This is project contains part of Java Minim audio library which can be used on Android.