Apple Music gained a bunch of fresh new features in iOS 14, and they're enough to make YouTube Music jealous. The changes that landed on Android in beta version 3.4 include autoplay, a new smarter search experience, a revamped Now Playing interface, and one that got lost in all the other new stuff: crossfade. Read More
V-MODA's Crossfade Wireless headphones aren't getting any younger, but they're still a very competent offering even in today's market. Initially priced at $299.99 back in 2015, the Crossfade Wireless is now back to its all-time low of $99.99. That's around $56 off of the current Amazon price, which is still pretty good. Read More
Here at Android Police, we're big fans of V-Moda products. In fact, we've even checked out these V-Moda Crossfade Wireless headphones, finding that they were excellent in virtually every aspect aside from price. Well, with this $120 price cut on Amazon and B&H, price isn't so much an issue anymore for these Crossfade Wireless over-ears. Read More
Of all the products I have reviewed for Android Police, there are few that I have loved more than the V-Moda Crossfade Wireless headphones. They are built with precision, look amazing, and sound great. Yes, I'm gushing a bit, but V-Moda makes products that are worthy of praise. Read More
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I reviewed the V-Moda Crossfade wireless headphones last week and found them to be one of the best looking and sounding set of cans I've tested to date. They are built with top-shelf materials that justify their premium price tag of $300.
That's not a trifling amount to spend on a set of headphones, and lucky for you guys, one of you won't have to pay a single cent to get their hands on a pair. Read More
The folks over at YouTube have had a busy week after launching YouTube For Kids, and then turning on video trimming a few days later. To keep the ball rolling, the YouTube team shipped a brand new update to its primary app last night that finally enables stats for nerds. After examining the apk in a teardown, it turns out that there's also a big improvement to the upcoming audio swapping feature, and it seems there may even be some new search filters on the way.
Stats For Nerds
The "big" new feature probably isn't going to get too many people excited, but Stats For Nerds is finally live. Read More
In the mobile world, there are a few things that are absolutely clutch to a good experience: a good phone or tablet (that's a given), a set of go-to apps, and a good set of headphones or earbuds. Not the crap that your phone may have shipped with or some knock-off junk available at the local Target for $23, but some high-quality speakers for your head. If you've never owned a good set of over-the-ear headphones, then you're missing out on what a great audio experience can be like. Fortunately for you, we happen to have three sets of the kickass V-Moda Crossfade M-100s to give away today. Read More
PowerAMP, hands down the best music player in the Android Market, was updated today to include a couple of long-sought features, most notably true gapless playback and crossfading between tracks. Gapless playback is pure joy for people who listen to a lot of mixtapes broken down into individual songs, and crossfading is the icing on the cake, preferred by many music lovers.
Other notable additions include .cue file support, a silence remover, backing up and restoring settings into the cloud (finally someone's implementing this functionality available ever since Froyo!), and a host of bug fixes. Full changelog along with the app widget and download links awaits you below. Read More