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Instinctiv Music Player for Android
XDA member instinctiv presents Instinctiv, this simple and smooth music player application for Android devices is a pretty awesome alternative to Android’s stock music player. Featuring library management, smart search, automatic cover art fetching, over the air song identification, Last.fm scrobbling and social sharing, sync to desktop with Instinctiv for W7/Mac, smart play list shuffle and song ID. The app also includes a widget, so you can place it on your home screen.
The developer is looking for beta testers, so if you are interested please post in the original thread.
Originally posted by instinctiv
Instinctiv is looking for beta testers for our upcoming Android product!
We’ve made our APK available at http://instnc.tv/androidapk (just visit that link on your Android phone and you should be able to install via Browser download) or attached to this post.
You can also download our Mac app (Windows is forthcoming) at http://newsite.instinctiv.com and use the synchronization feature to sync media over the air.
Any and all feedback is more than welcome (please, be critical) – please send to team AT instinctiv.com
Update – 3/31/10
Android v 0.8.7 updated to this post
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