MP3 on the Palm Tungsten T
Aerodrome Software has released AeroPlayer v1.0, AeroPlayer turns your handheld into a portable music player by playing digital audio files such as mp3's stored on an expansion card.
Aeroplayer provides CD-quality stereo sound through the headset jack, or can play through the internal speaker. It supports mp3 and Ogg/Vorbis files. Additional features include, playlist support, background playback, and auto screen-shut off and customizable skins that change the look of the program.
The software was the first audio program to take advantage of the new sound features on the Palm Tungsten T. It had been in public beta for months as features were added and bugs ironed out.
Aeroplayer only runs on the Palm Tungsten T and requires at least 150k of free memory. Audio files can be transferred through hotsync or with an external card reader. The app is $16 shareware.
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