orb3000 · Jul 25, 2010 at 04:00 pm

TF3D Advanced Music Player updated

With this enhancement, created by XDA member Fredz, you will have your TF3D music player more finger friendly and with some new options, like left to right Cover flow, add button to go to the first song of the next album, add button to go to the first song of the next album, amongst others.
The updated version 0.33 features new buttons and animation of the album art.
Working for Windows Mobile devices with VGA resolutions.

Originally posted by Fredz
[APP] TF3D Advanced Music Player V0.33 VGA – New features (10/07/09). WVGA soon

Hi XDA Members

TF3D Advanced Music Player is a music player for the Manila 3D with optimisation to give him more finger friendly.

Specification:
Left to Right Cover flow
Add button to go to the first song of the next album
Add button to go to the first song of the next album
Switch to left or right allow you to changed to focused album
First music of the focused album is played when taping on the focused album art *NEW*

You can find more information in the application thread.


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