AGAMA does not have its own built-in player, but the launcher is able to receive information from third-party players and control their playback. This is achieved through the integration of the launcher and player through the notification center of the Android system. A third-party player transfers information about the music track to the notification center (the top curtain in android, called by swipe down from the status bar), agama intercepts this information and displays it in its interface. Therefore, if the player does not transmit information to the notification center, then Agama will not be able to get data on the track being played. For example, many stock players installed by default on the device do not transmit such information and therefore do not work with Agama. To configure the player by default, long-click on the bottom panel with the player on the Agama main screen. From the list of programs, select your music player.
AGAMA is tested and interacts well with players: Poweramp, Spotify, Stellio, Yandex.Music, AIMP, VLC, MX Player, jetAudia, PCRadio and many others.
In the default player selection list, you will also be offered the option of a Poweramp Direct Integration player. This mode directly integrates the Agama launcher with the Poweramp player, expanding their interaction functionality. If you are using a Poweramp player, we recommend this particular communication mode.
1. Agama will display information on the frequency of the FM receiver and switch radio stations if the developer of the Radio application made sure that his application interacted with the Android notification center. From a software point of view, the Radio application is the same player and can work as well.
2. Agama can work simultaneously with several music players. At the same time, he will display information and control the player that is currently active. Selecting a default player is needed for control priority if no player is active.