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Arcaea is one of the newer rhythm games on the list. It has an anime style like most of the others on the list. This one also uses a more old-school step bridge like Guitar Hero rather than the newer tap-and-swipe mechanics of something like Cytus II. The game play is smooth and easy to pick up. You also get over 90 songs from 50 artists, three difficulty levels per track, and more music available as in-app purchases. Leaderboards and online friends round out the experience. Much of the content is free, but you need to purchase the additional tracks, again, as in-app purchases.
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The Offline Downloads section is where downloads are located. To Download content, find and select something you want. There will be three options below the title on the screen: Play, Add the current title to your Watchlist, and Download the current title to your offline Downloads.
Once you have selected a show or movie to play, double tap on it. The next screen will present information about your selection and give you several playing options. At the top of the screen are buttons to play, add the item to your Watchlist, or download the title. Next is information about the show or movie.
Search seems the quickest way into the app. Enter the name of a band or song and you'll get a list of results. A set of filters is available to refine the search, including: Songs, Videos, Playlists, Albums, and Artists. Each one of the filters returns a list of items: songs, videos, etc., with brief details, and a menu for that listing. Selecting the item opens the player and begins playing the selection with controls for playback. Selected songs are immediately put into a playlist, so on either side of the Play/Pause button an option to skip to the next song or go back to a previous song appears. Other menu items here included: Share, Download, Add to Playlist, and Radio. Premium subscribers can download music to play offline for up to 30 days. On the Android app, TalkBack identified all the objects on the music player by swiping through from top to bottom with the exception of the slider below the video player. Once in focus, an up or down swipe, or the volume buttons, will adjust the time forward or backward in the song on the slider.
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