I would also like to request this. A mobile app. Awesomeness. I would donate to a app I know you guys are working on and will continue to support. We are here, there is a need and want. Is there an ETA?
My mediaplayer experience from android hasn't been solid with the basics. Still buggy. Dont get me started with google music! They think they know what music I like by adding music to my library that has no relation to the music I would listen to. But they have no front and center play button in the app or lock screen OR drop down notifications.
I recently contacted Doubletwist. I would rather stick with MediaMOnkey though.
This was my q:
Does your android app have mark for deletion like an mp3 player (I believe itunes does this)?
User would be able to mark a file for deletion on the computer/delete the file from playlists, folders etc. This would prevent double work. Basically a database sync feature.
Doubletwist and Mediamonkey type sync features is what im looking for. What's the point of editing tags on your mobile if the file on your computer is still untagged? Seems like some tedious work.
They responded with
"There isn't a way to mark files for deletion on the Android app. You can remove a song from the computer library and this will remove it from all playlists (you can also optionally move the file to the trash). Upon next sync, the file will then be deleted from your Android device.
There currently isn't a way to edit metadata on the Android app. We are looking into implementing this as some users have requested this ability."
My tech details
Type of device: HTC Desire HD and HTC Evo
Android version: Ice Cream Sandwhich
My point is, it's good to start somewhere. Have the basics down first please. But have features other players dont have-- just like the desktop version.