Recommend me a mp3 player
> buttons are a must
> no touchscreen shit
> better-than-average sound quality
> 0 fucks about the screen. It should have one, but doesn't have to
> around 50€/$
Yes, I have a smartphone. And I fucking hate having to dig it out of my pocket, take off my glove and mess with the screen to skip a track.
Would consider a 4th gen ipod shuffle, but the clickwheel is somewhat touchy + itunes sucks monkeyballs.
I even dug out my noname 2gb mp3 player that I had back in 2007, but shit's broken. pic related
Decided to look up the old Sansa Clip I had years ago, it was pretty solid, lasted ages before I lost it
Forgot I can't spoiler here,
no. I don't want anything with touch or which would require both hands. I just want to shove my hands into my pockets, firmly grasp the player and thumb the next track or fiddle the volume without moving anything else.
Viper4android is for the phone, not the watch.
Literally just press the next track button on the watch, only needs one hand. Plus it'll give you your notifications, and gives you full control of your music player and volume. What more could you want?
Should have realized that as soon as I posted. Is the 199$ one listed on Amazon really just a different style? They look like the insides are all the same.
Till you decide on one, you could try something like "Pocket Skip Track" or an xposed module if you're not on lollypop.
I would guess some players have that inbuilt as long as the screen is not off.
Estonia. Yes, as in eastern europe. So, the next time you go on /pol/ and see someone joking "can estonia into nordic", remember that we had -20 to -27 here for like two weeks. Pic related, that's my car. People drifted on frozen lakes for weeks until the snow got too thick and started sinking the ice in, creating cracks and flooded patches.
still, no. I would have to wiggle my finger past my jacket and glove to poke a tiny button, which probably won't work unless I take off my gloves.
This is good. I'm using it currently in Ottawa winter and its not bad. If your gloves are bulky it might be tricky. Also the library sorts numbers weird. Pic related. It sees 10 as lower than 2. (Hurr binary joke)
The button is about as wide as my finger, but it is thinner, for obvious reasons.
Personally I don't see you having a a problem with it, I've used it with gardening gloves on and it worked fine.
The more expensive one is just fancier. Same hardware though.
Thoughts on these chinkpods?