Sony Walkman F886 Android music player. Featuring a high-resolution audio system and an Android OS, the Walkman F886 lets users enjoy high-quality music, share it with friends, and even have a bit of fun on the sides.
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Archos Video Player. While their hardware gives us mixed feelings their integrated software, particular this video player, is one of their best offerings. Today they've released a free version and we have all the details below.
Winamp has just received an update in the Google Play Store. For those that love Winamp back to the old Napster days and beyond, you'll be happy to know this music player for Android got a little better this week. They've integrated notification controls and fixed a few bugs.
Huawei unveiled the Ascend D2 smartphone during CES and we are expecting the Ascend P2 to arrive during Mobile World Congress. But lets put the smartphones aside for a moment though, because it looks as if Huawei also has plans to release a set-top media player with Android. The box is the MediaQ M310 and details have recently surfaced by way of CNX-Soft.
Spotify news today, but now we've going to shift gears and look at an entirely different music player. The makers of MediaMonkey have launched an Android beta, so if you're a MediaMonkey user, you can now test it out on your Android device. There are few reasons to use MediaMonkey over the competition, as the player's tagging and syncing features allow for some deep organization.
Samsung announced their extremely popular Galaxy S III flagship smartphone earlier this year, along with it was a neat little music player. It was called the Samsung S Pebble, came in the same Pebble Blue color option, and obviously was shaped like a little stone. It has been for sale internationally but new details are now confirming the tiny little media player is headed to the US.
Galaxy Player announcement. This time around they've just unleashed details on their biggest media player yet, and I just feel like calling it a tablet. Samsung's iPod-rivaling Galaxy Player just got an upgrade to a massive 5.8-inch display so lets take a look.
Android, and you don't need to jailbreak or root your device to get it to work. Even better news is that this is a straight port of the desktop version of XBMC, with the developers saying that all of the features found in the desktop version are present in the Android one as well, or at least will be in time. Alas, this isn't a finished product you'll be downloading, but rather an early build of XBMC for Android.
unofficial betas released too. Today however the folks from VideoLAN themselves have again confirmed it's coming soon.