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Honeycomb Music Player for Android
XDA member johnnie93 managed to get his hands on the leaked Honeycomb Music Player for your Android device. You can see a video that includes an all-new music player along with new features that let you push web-purchased songs to your device. It also allows you to browse your PC’s music library from your Android device as if it was on the device itself. None of that appeared in Gingerbread, unfortunately. At the time it’s buggy, and doesn’t have any of those fancy wireless features, but it shows a glimpse of 3.0.
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Originally posted by johnnie93
This is a TEST BUILD not the full version!!
this is the music app from the Google IO 2010
Got the APK for public use Thanks to MikeyMike01’s advice
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