I forgot to add: It's really great that the Android app has a Widget. Just having a little thumbnail of album art (if any) and play/pause and forward/back controls is GREAT.
What would really make the widget an absolute home-run, though:
* Volume control slider right in the widget would be amazing! Not having to actually switch the app itself to forefront just to adjust volume would be SO good. **EDIT: Hey! I didn't know, ever since Android 10 the built-in volume rocker switch on my phone now brings up a dual on-screen volume slider, one for phone volume and one that adjusts MusicBee's current play level.
* Also the Play icon should change from the standard Play triangle to a Pause or Stop icon when you press it. Right now (at least on Android 10) it just is always the Play icon. It functions as expected, but the icon remains stuck as a Play icon, which can be confusing.
* The Android Notification correctly keeps up with the current playing track. The Android home-screen widget, however, often does not update the album artwork or the track name. It sometimes updates on time, sometimes not. Occasionally the track and artist name will be left far behind even if the artwork updates.
* I don't know if this is even under your control or just an Android feature, but the current widget dimension options are 1x4 tiles and 2x4 tiles. A very popular Android 10 home screen setup is 5 tiles wide rather than 4. I would love a 2x5 widget. It could have room for even rating stars maybe? Because that would be so awesome, being able to update my track ratings remotely. I rely a lot on the ratings feature in MusicBee to curate my large music collection but if I have to run to the PC to update the stars when a track comes up then it often doesn't happen.
I really appreciate the work you've done on this and it's fantastic already. By the way, the visual appearance in Android notifications is just gorgeous. The way it comes up with an attractive, readable, and complementary text and background color based on the current album art just looks great, in fact it strikes me as often appearing even better looking than standard Android UI elements. Thank you!