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WP7 Music Player Clone for Android
If you know and like the default music player on Windows Phone 7 but have an Android device, this is your lucky day. XDA member fileboy22 told us about this application that even the biggest Android fan will agree that this is far better than the stock music player on Android. Fede’s Music Player, even at its current Alpha stage has most features working well, with an UI that is identical to Zune Player on WP7 down to the fluid animations.
The latest version includes:
- Fixed startup force close for HTC phones
- Widget is now clickable
- Easily delete play-lists
- Added an option to set the default tab to show when the application is started
- Plus some others.
Originally posted by fileboy22
[APP] WP7 Music Player – Clone -[Update][Alpha-5]
This is a WP7 music player clone made by the developer of LauncherPro. This app is exactly like the one found on WP7. This app is not my work and I am simply posting this for other users to enjoy.
Note: I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYTHING THAT HAPPENS TO YOUR PHONE.
Latest Release: Aplha-5
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