By Joe Levi | January 24, 2011 6:19 PM
Update: Looks like that file was taken down due to legal issues.
Android still doesn’t have a decent music player. The player that comes with Android pretty much just plays music, which may be okay for some, but leaves many being tempted to jump to the Apple side of the fence.
You’re not alone, Motorola feels your pain, and has come up with a pretty nice looking Music Player app. Unfortunately, you’ve got to have a Motorola device to get it through legitimate channels. For those of you who don’t care about that sort of stuff — and can sideload apps — you can grab the .apk from XDA-Developers.
This new player is likely from the BIONIC or CLIQ 2, and contains a lot of cool features such as the expected ability to control your entire music library, FM radio, SHOUTcast capabilities, YouTube integration, TuneWiki, and even song identification via SoundHound.