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Winamp for Android Launched
Do you remember this great player used by many people on their PCs? Now it´s available for your Android device. XDA member doomedromance wrote about Winamp, which features high quality playback, wireless desktop sync with your Winamp desktop, and standard USB syncing, and much more. In order to enable Android syncing with desktop you must have beta version 5.59.
Working for Android 2.1 and up.
Originally posted by doomedromance
Winamp for Android (Beta)
Just released beta version of Winamp for android.
Mobilize Your Library
A complete Android media management solution, that seamlessly syncs with your Winamp desktop library (USB or Wi-Fi).
Wireless Desktop Sync
No need to tie your Android phone down. Enable Wi-Fi sync and leave your cable behind (Winamp 5.59 beta required).
Persistent Player Controls
Quickly pause, change tracks, manage your play queue, see what’s playing and access the Winamp home screen.
Play Queue Management
The play queue is a temporary track listing that allows you to easily select and sort tracks. And if you like, save it as a playlist.
Widget Players & Shortcuts
Add playlist shortcuts and the widget player to the Android home screen. As well as enable playback control from the lock-screen.
You can find more information in the original thread.
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