PowerAMP starting the new year strong

PowerAMP starting the new year strong

Since 2009, PowerAMP, has been the #1 selling music player in the Android Market. This #1 music player has been downloaded over 5 million times and the paid version has been downloaded over 500,000times.

In time for the New Year, PowerAMP has put together a few changes, and is proud to finally introduce PowerAMP 2.0.

To thank their millions of users, PowerAMP put together a new Twitter page and will be starting a string of contests. The contests will be limited (for now) to the US. PowerAMP had this to say about 2012:

We are glad to start the new year with a whole new experience on PowerAMP and look forward to getting to know our users better with our new Twitter page.

For more info on the contests, you can follow them on Twitter (@PowerAmp). So who’s excited to see what Android will bring in 2012? Drop a comment below!

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  1. Nismo300zx
    January 04, 21:44 Reply

    Thanks for using Solar Fields in the screen shot Paul! Good to see them get publicity hehe.

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