CyanogenMod Music App Apollo Appeared in Play Store


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Apollo, CyanogenMod’s Music App is now available for all Android Devices running Android 2.3+ from Google Play Store. Apollo project was headed to CyanogenMod in January this year and later on it progressed and it made available for CyanogenMod and now uploaded to Play Store for Stock Android Users.

The player itself is quite visually appealing but its feature set is what throws it over the top. Here is the list of features:

  • Pin album, artist, genre, and playlist shortcuts to your Home screen
  • Customizable themes and layouts
  • Lyric support
  • Mark songs as favorites
  • Notification playback controls (Honeycomb+)
  • Text and voice search
  • Swipe between screens
  • Automatic album and artist image fetching
  • Headset controls
  • Set songs as ringtones
  • Lockscreen widgets (Jellybean 4.2+)
  • Share currently playing music on Twitter, Facebook, and others
  • 4 widgets
  • Gapless playback
  • Plays most music formats (MP3, AAC, FLAC, etc.)
  • Drag & drop playlists and queue
  • Lockscreen controls (Ice Cream Sandwich+)
  • Local music management (edit, delete, etc.)

Some more features are on the way including tablet support, Last.FM scrobbling, Google Dream support and customizable widgets.

Apollo App is available in two versions one is free ad supported other one is Apollo+ which will cost you $.99.

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