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CorePlayer Mobile Updated

CorePlayer - Palm OS The popular video application CorePlayer has been updated for classic Palm OS and Windows Mobile devices. CorePlayer mobile provides a wide array of multimedia features including, audio, video, streaming and podcast functionality. This new update provides a number of enhancements to YouTube playback and overall program performance. In addition the app now supports over 30 different languages. You can read all of the technical details here.

CorePlayer Mobile for Palm OS v1.3.5 is available now for $29.95 and is a free update for current customers. You can read our review of an earlier version here. It is also available for Windows Mobile Professional and Smartphone.

Customers who previously purchased CorePlayer from the PalmInfocenter store can log into their store account here and download the update from the My Purchases list.

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Impressive

CFreymarc @ 8/24/2009 6:27:17 PM # Q
Is it things like that Palm execs fear may be created on the Pre and why there is no native code API?

When video players started to sprout up for the Palm OS a few years ago, it didn't make every marketing czar around there happy at all.

coreplayer for webOS
freakout @ 8/24/2009 8:51:37 PM # Q
Native API or not, Corecodec still likes the Pre. BetaBoy posted this over in the Precentral forums:

You'll likely see CorePlayer on the Pre before Android..... we all have Pre's here now(if that gives you and indication of what we are doing).

http://forums.precentral.net/palm-pre/197858-kinoma-charles-5.html#post1834585

RE: Impressive
DarthRepublican @ 8/24/2009 9:33:41 PM # Q

Is it things like that Palm execs fear may be created on the Pre and why there is no native code API?

It probably has more to do with getting it out the door sooner rather than later and trying to get rapid adoption of the device by Web 2.0 types.

When video players started to sprout up for the Palm OS a few years ago, it didn't make every marketing czar around there happy at all.

Cite? I don't recall anyone at Palm complaining about video on the PalmOS and in fact I'd be surprised to hear that it ever happened at all. This sounds more like one of the "PIC faithful" conspiracy theories about Palm executives conspiring to cripple older devices so users will be forced to upgrade.
Screw convergence
Palm III->Visor Deluxe->Visor Platinum->Visor Prism->Tungsten E->Palm LifeDrive->Palm TX->Palm Pre
Visor Pro+VisorPhone->Treo 180g->Treo 270->Treo 600->Treo 680->T-Mobile G1->Palm Pre
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RE: Impressive
CFreymarc @ 8/25/2009 10:58:29 AM # Q
There is a very fine line between conspiracy theory and business plan.
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