AeroPlayer turns your Palm Powered handheld into a portable music player by playing digital audio files stored on an expansion card. Just plug in your headphones and listen to your music anywhere you go...
This is the English version. See the developer's site for other versions, skins, and additional material.
Note: If you use the MP3 or AAC plug-in, you can try it free for 14 days. After the trial period, you'll have to purchase a registration code to continue playing MP3 or AAC files. You can ALWAYS play Ogg Vorbis and Speex files for free.
· With the release of version 5.5, AeroPlayer will now display album art embedded in your music files! Simply view the 'Track info' screen. If the current track has an image, it'll be displayed at the top of the screen. You can tap on the thumbnail for a full screen view.
· There are also new versions of both the MP3 and AAC plug-ins. You'll need to have these installed to view album art correctly. Several bugs involving memory leaks have also been fixed, the result of which being that AeroPlayer should run better than ever on your Palm Powered device!
dedy: Very good discription and if u have a treo u should know what they are talking about!!
Rafo2001: There is no skins for the 600, only a b/w text style one. Only for that, i stop using it.
Abeldjto: Very good discription and if u have a treo u should know what they are talking about!!
thickes: I love this little player...there are a multitude of skins; FREE skins; to choose from and the best feature is the auto off option for the screen and the option to choose the red phone key to turn the screen on and off without turning off the player. I also love that when a call comes in, the music stops and then resumes when the call ends. It plays mp3 and ogg NO wma accessibility. Great little app
laissi: Thank you
nissimlv: Can't get it to work ?
ninodelsol: Nice! Great sound quality and low on system resource usage, so it doesn't slow down the Treo during background play like other players do.