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Old 03-28-2009, 02:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, I'm curious if there's an aftermarket media player for the Blackberry (Currently using the bold). I just find the current media player very bulky and slow.

Mainly I don't like the fact that when browsing songs you can only show a few on the screen (5 songs) at once before having to scroll up/down. I prefer something that didn't take up lots of screen space and just show all the songs.

Also when watching movies, I find that it freezes sometimes (not sure if it's just me and the program i use to convert, Handbrake)

Anyways, any suggestions?
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Try Mobiola X-player from shapeservices.com is not free but you can listen radio too...
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Try Sling, Miutunes or Flipside. You may get hooked with one
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Try Mobiola X-player from shapeservices.com is not free but you can listen radio too...
I thought it was free, it was the radio part they charged you for?
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Old 03-29-2009, 12:27 AM   #5 (permalink)
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XPlayer is free. It costs only if you want to use the Internet Radio feature.
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thanks guys, i'll try 'em!
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