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Android App Review: Skinable Music Player with NexMusic – XDA Developer TV
Just about everyone likes to listen to music, admittedly some more than others. Because of this, it’s nice to have a good music player on your phone. Additionally, most XDA members love to customize their device, and something as simple as having different skins or themes for their Android music player is a real treat. In fact, it reminds this old nerd of the glory days of WinAMP.
XDA Senior Member aashukmehta offers up an application to play your music while looking very stylish with different themes. In this video, XDA Developer TV Producer Kevin reviews NexMusic. Kevin shows off the application and gives his thoughts, so check out this app review.
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