2020-10-19 22:27:09 UTC
I've recently installed the Media Monkey app for Android to my Samsung Tab A tablet, and this product allows me to chose between gapped and gapless playback - the default is gapless. I'm impressed.
Do not bother with the JRiver Android app. Despite the fact that they charge good money for the thing, I can't get it to work and neither can other people. This is a pity, because their product for Windows is excellent, and I've been using it for years.
Further down Skid Row, I'm quite impressed with the media player on my little Nokia 3310 retro mobile phone, priced at about AUD$90.00 at all good discount stores. It searches by folders (not by albums) which IMHO is the way to go for classical music. It doesn't do gapless and HiFi it ain't, but it comes in very useful when walking the dog and similar activities. It's also extremely durable, having survived a spin in the washing machine after some careful drying-out.
Meanwhile, the default media player on my Chromebook is also gapless, praise the Lord.
So everything's gapless in our household except the Sony BluRay player and my Nokia phone. I'll continue to splice attacca movements together with Audacity, because this means I can play my music on anything. gapless or otherwise.