AndroSync Media Player for Android
Here´s a good tool for synchronizing your sound files between your Android device and your computer. XDA member rkrishnan2012 presents AndroSync media player. On this 3rd beta release, we can find a low weight application with newer interface and icons, song id3 tag reading, lightweight, play lists and automatic device sync, among many other features.
The developer announces that future versions will include the option to flash ROM´s to Android phone, allow other devices to connect in mass storage mode, video panel, and marketplace.
Step in, try it, and leave feed back.
Originally posted by rkrishnan2012
[AndroSync Media Player]-The new best friend for your android-Beta 3 with AutoSync!!
Android Media Player
-The new best friend for your android-
- Song Playback
- Notification panel on top
- Device Browser
- Device Song List
- New Icon
- New Interface
- General Stats about phone
- Song id3 tag reading
- Playlists – NEW TO BETA 3
- Automatic Device Sync – NEW TO BETA 3
You can find more information in the application thread.
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