Jukebox for your PDA with support for MP3, OGG and more
- Taps into lots of online music
- Skinnable player
- Lots of playback options
- Supports Internet radio
- Slow transfer speeds
If you haven't got an MP3 player then, quite frankly, you're a bit of a dweeb. Not worry though, because if you've got a Palm device you can redeem your credibility by installing Pocket Tunes on the OS.
The application not only allows you to play tunes from your personal collection on your handheld, but you can also use it to gain access to a bevy of tunes online. The app supports all the popular online music stores which support Microsoft's Janus technology, and even lets you play tracks from Napster To Go, and Rhapsody To Go. It also lets you tune into Internet radio stations and share them with your friends via Bluetooth, email or Infrared.
Pocket Tunes places a multitude of audio sources at your fingertips, I just wish the connection speeds were quick enough that I could really enjoy it. Unfortunately though, downloading music to a Palm device is a laborious process.
Nevertheless, when you have tunes on your device, this application provides an impeccable surface for spinning them on. The player can be skinned to your heart's content by downloading new themes and there are lots of options for adjusting the sound. For instance, you get a graphic equalizer, bass boost, gapless playback, volume boost, and even a primitive crossfader for mixing your tunes.
If you haven't got an MP3 player but have got a Palm then Pocket Tunes is a real must-have.
Pocket Tunes Deluxe supports the following formats
DRM, MP3, WMA, WAV, Ogg Vorbis