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TTPod Music Player For Android
If you listen to music on your Android device and want to try an alternative to the stock Android music player, XDA forum member phoezies has developed one for you to try.
TTPod Music Player is currently in beta and supports lyrics, album art and features a simple user-friendly interface.
TTPod currently has the following features:
- Supports saving music libraries and playlist to specified folders
- Landscape mode
- New spectrum interface with audio-visual effects
- Right button menu
- Lyrics page
- New recommendations
- Scrolling lyrics
- English translation
For more information and to find out about other members feedback, head on over to the application thread, where you’ll find the apk available to download.
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