UniPod for Android

UniPod for Android

Annoyed at Android media players in general I’ve written my own.  The point?  To be able to play long running audio files like university lectures or audio books.  Available for free in the Apps -> Books and Reference section on Android market (or if you’re technically inclined, download the apk yourself).

Features include:

* no playlist, choose a course and go

* no album art, but you do get large text telling you what you’re listening to

* no shuffle to turn on accidentally

* what you are listening to is automatically updated, so even in the worst case if the app crashes it should restart where you were up to.  But in the best case you can always take up your listening from where you left off

* autoreview – it automatically rewinds

* customise these features as you desire.

* never see your music again!  If you want to just see (eg) lectures, you can filter out your music tracks.

* and more!

Known issues:

* some “application taking too long to respond messages”.  Hard to diagnose.

* this is a player only.  You need to get your media onto your phone first.


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