Slide2Play for WM Updated
Our friend and XDA member A_C updated recently his great player Slide2Play, a great alternative to play your music files with support of almost all available formats such MP3/MP4/M4A/AAC/WMA/WAV/M3U/PLS/ASX. The player also supports A2DP & AVRCP. The latest version includes some bug fixes, disabled the “Album View” and has been fine tuned in the sensitivity (scrolling) of all lists.
Running on Windows Mobile devices with built-in Windows Media Player from WM6 and up.
Originally posted by A_C
S2P v0.83 beta
S2P is a stylus-free MP3/MP4/M4A/AAC/WMA/WAV/M3U/PLS/ASX player application. It simply lets you browse your music files & play. It fully integrates with S2U2; & supports A2DP & AVRCP.
– WM5 Phone or WM6/6.1/6.5 Professional devices (with built-in Windows Media Player)
– free RAM: at least 3M
– free storage space: at least 1M
You can find more information in the player thread.
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