Pulsound's clean design allows you to browse through your music albums at a glance and manage playlists with ease. This Windows 10 app is already free with ad-support, but with the help of the myAppFree deal you can remove the ads and unlock additional features for new charge (a $1.49 savings).
The deal only lasts 24 hours, so if you are in the market for a Windows 10 music player, now is your chance to give Pulsound a try and save a little cash.
When first launched, Pulsound searches your Windows 10 device for music files and creates a home page, listing each artist. From there you can tap on an artist to highlight them, then use the navigation icons towards the top of the display to view the artist's albums and songs, and create a playlist using that tune. Pulsound supports .mp3, .wav, .flac, .m4a and .ogg file formats. You also have the ability to view a song's lyrics should you feel the need to sing along.
A menu button in the top-left corner of Pulsound's main display reveals navigation options to view the current song, view or download cover art, and access the app's settings.
The free version of Pulsound delivers the basics and is ad-supported. The premium version removes the advertisements and unlocks the following features:
- Color themes and the dark and light modes.
- The ability to save the current playlist.
- The minimum playlist number (free version is limited to three).
- Automatically downloads album cover art (free version requires it to be done manually).
Our first impressions of Pulsound are good, and while the navigation is fluid, it may take a little while to get accustomed to. If Groove Music isn't your cup of tea, Pulsound is worth a look, and the myAppFree deal makes it easier to give the full version of a try.
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George is the Reviews Editor at Windows Central, concentrating on Windows 10 PC and Mobile apps. He's been a supporter of the platform since the days of Windows CE and uses his current Windows 10 Mobile phone daily to keep up with life and enjoy a game during down time.
And in what respect is it better than Groove? This is a big omission in the article.
And ... wants to use quite a number of system resources like location and the cam which it doesn't need to play music. Hence, not for me.
If this is what passes as "clean design" nowadays thanks to Windows 10, expect something exciting from me in a month or two...an homage to Windows Phone.
It's not. Honestly, it looks like a Linux app from 2003.
Who has music on their phone anymore? If it had OneDrive music integration I'd have given it a try...
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