mic_888 · Aug 25, 2010 at 03:00 pm

Lazik – WinAmp Remote Control with Media Library Access

If you’re looking for a remote control app for WinAmp, look no further as XDA forum member popy76 has written Lazik, an app that does just that.

Lazik is a remote control for the media player which uses the WiFi connection on your Android device.

The application gives access to playback controls, playlist and media library.  To display the playback controls, you just need to press once on the cover of the current song in the main screen.  A search mode is also available through the search button of your phone or long pressing another existing one.

There are two versions of the app available – Lazik which is free in the Market, and Lazik+ which is EUR1.69 and is ad-free and automatically fetches any missing album covers (if your music is properly tagged).

Compatible with Donut through to FroYo.

For more information, head on over to the application thread.


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