Noonski · Jan 22, 2010 at 12:27 pm

MortPlayer, Now for Android!

MortPlayer has a big following on Windows Mobile and now it will need to change it’s name to “MortPlayer for Windows Mobile” because, Mort has decided to Bring MortPlayer to the Android Platform.

Still in early development you can already find it on the Android market.

Originally Posted by Mort:

What it does offer so far:
– Simple folder based navigation with folder skip buttons and hierarchical selection (tap cover)
– Selection of current track (tap track information, you can switch folder from there as well)
– Supports all common album art storages: ID3 (currently buggy), cover.jpg, folder.jpg, AlbumArt.jpg
– Shuffle and repeat modes as known from WM version
– Restores previously selected track
– Widgets (Cover = play/pause, track information = “remote control” popup)

Click on for the application thread.


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