It does work.. I seen a comment on here stating that the developers were making all the comments... I did install it on my Samsung galaxy note (ice cream sandwich). It works a advertised, and I'm not affiliated with the developers. Even though it worked alright, I gave it 4 stars based on the fact that its an apple interface. It is kinda like putting a Chevy engine in a Ford truck, serving wendy's food at MC Donalds or a Tranny. I know, biased, but its my review.
Hmmm wheres the down button Cant select anything cept the middle button no matter what i try...didnt see it list any of my albums aswell. So i dont really know whats up. First impression was a bad one.
Can't figure it out This thing has no directions watsoever and I can't figure out how ta use it I finally figured out how.ta change the theme after wat seemed like forever. Can u guys fix that ?
Almost but not quite This app looks great but it lacks standard music player features. If I start playing a song and pause it and reopen the app even 20 minutes later, there is nothing in the Now Playing. No lock screen controls. It freezes when in Dock Mode. Doesn't sort an artist's songs by album, just shows one long list. There are more but needless to say, it's not even worth having for the nostalgia aspect. If they really took some time to dial it in, it could be my main music player, but for now I'm un installing
Good but It's a very well made application that works well, but on the GS3 it's just so much easier and quicker to use the music player that's already built into the phone.
Good The people that are saying its crap don't know how to use it... it doesn't have a down button you go around like the old ipod!
Free music player with equalizer, adjustable interface and playback from folders