CyanogenMod Music App Apollo Hits Play Store

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  • 20 Nov 2012
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  • If you’re familiar with the latest release of CyanogenMod, you’ve probably also heard about Apollo, a music app created by developer Andrew Neal. This is a Holo-themed music player that has just hit the Google Play Store, so good news for people looking for a solid music player.

    Initially the app was only available for CyanogenMod 9 and 10 users, but now everyone can get it. Apollo features nifty functions and options like home screen playlist shortcuts, themes, notification controls, lock screen widgets for Android 4.2 devices. Plus there are 4 different homescreen widgets to use, gapless playback is also here, as well as lyrics support during playback and support for a bucket load of audio formats.

    Future releases will bring a special tablet UI, Last.FM scrobbling, automatic artist and album info ad the ability to specify your own folders for the player to get songs from. There’s a free version available now with ads, but if you want to get rid of them you can get an Apollo+ 99 cents upgrade, that removes ads. This pro version also gives you the updates faster than the free version. The app is available right here.

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