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Thursday, 6 August 2009

Music player FolderPlay adds AAC and random play

FolderPlay Symbian S60 music player
Symbian S60 music player FolderPlay has been updated often lately. Bugs were fixed, random play sequence ("shuffle play") was added, the program speaks more languages, and FolderPlay now plays AAC files too.

FolderPlay now plays MP3, AAC, WAV, FLAC, APE, AC3, OGG, and other files, but not WMA.

FolderPlay looks like a file manager. If you navigate to a folder with music, it plays all songs in that folder, but subfolders are problem. If you play a folder with songs and subfolders, it only plays the tracks in the first subfolder and ignores the rest.

There are other ways to play music organised by folders. Music Launcher is similar to FolderPlay, but MusicLauncher does it better if you stick with MP3. PowerMP3 and TTPod sort your music by tags and by folder structure, and there's a folder structure workaround for the built-in Symbian music player.


1 comment:

Edemilson Lima said...

FolderPlay is really great. It could be even better if it also have features to delete, rename and move files to another folders. So we could use it to organize our songs too. About the interface, it could also show the name of the file that is playing, between the slide bar and the control buttons.