When comparing Food Planner vs CloudPlayer, the Slant community recommends CloudPlayer for most people. In the question“What are the best Android music player apps?” CloudPlayer is ranked 20th while Food Planner is ranked 21st.
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Pro Chronologically focused
Food Planner is like a calendar for meals, scheduling comes first with this app.
Pro Create custom recipes or import new ones
This app lets users download recipes from sites like allrecipes.com, food.com, tastykitchen.com, and more. For custom recipes, users can enter the food and quantity manually.
Pro Supports lossless .flac playback.
Pro Supports a custom lock screen.
Pro AllPlay and Chromecast support
Premium version of the app allows you to cast to AllPlay and Chromecast devices.
Pro Protects you from accidentally using cellular data
The app has a setting that when turned on will prevent it from using cellular data so you can rest assured that you won't accidentally rack up a phone bill even if your Wi-Fi drops out.
Pro Elegant interface
The app has a clean material design UI that doesn't get in the way. It focuses on album art to make it vibrant and throws in small touches throughout that highlight the attention to detail. For example, the color of the name of the artist and title of the album matches the color of album art, etc.
Pro 10 band EQ
Premium version of the app has a 10 band EQ with 17 presets and PreAmp.
Pro Android Wear support
Pro Can sync playlists across devices
Pro Android Auto support
Con Bulky UI
Food Planner's UI has tons of features, some of which aren't completely necessary. At first, it takes a while to sift through the extra features to focus on the core functions of the app.
Con No gapless playback
Con No crossfade
Con Cloud storage streaming is a premium feature
The killer feature of CloudPlayer is not available in the free version of the app.
Con Initial indexing can take some time
First time you start the app and connect it to you cloud storage account it will index all local and online music, pull metadata, album art, etc. At a rate of about 2-3 seconds per song the process can easily take a good while.