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Wednesday, 27 October 2010

Music player TTPod updated, still doesn't read embedded lyrics

Symbian music player TTPod plays mp3, ogg, aac, mp4, m4a, wma, mid, and amr files. It has a sleep timer and an alarm clock with custom snooze time. There's a mini player for your active standby screen, but you can't control TTPod from the active standby screen like you can control your phone's built-in music player. TTPod shows album art. It can display lyrics too, but only from separate lyrics files. It won't show lyrics embedded inside an mp3 file.

TTPod can sort your music by file name and by mp3 tags, and can edit tags too. It can also browse songs in folders, which many versions of the default player won't do unless you use a workaround.

TTPod is frequently updated and is probably the best free music player for Symbian, with more functions than commercial programs like PowerMP3.

TTPod is made in China. The official website is in chinese, and so is the program itself. Fortunately there are many unofficial english translations available.

UPDATE: Symbian is dead, and so are most sites that host Symbian apps. The links below no longer work

TTPod (official site, chinese)
TTPod v3.80 Beta (english version) at Mobile Castle

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