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Honeycomb Music Player for Android 2.1+

By Joe Levi February 10, 2011, 4:39 pm

If you're fed up with Android's music player, you're not alone. If you're ready for some Honeycomb goodness on your Android 2.1 or higher phone, you're in luck!

The folks over at XDA-Developers have released what's reportedly the Honeycomb music player, all wrapped up in an installable .APK file.

Want to get it a try? Simply download the file from XDA-Developers to your phone and install it. It doesn't get much easier that that.

Once installed you'll notice that your music player will look a lot like the photo gallery that came with Froyo. Very pretty! You'll also notice something called JUMPERTEST. This, we assume, will tie into the streaming functions that this version of the Music app is supposed to contain. What are you waiting for? Get it before it's gone!

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Source: XDA-Developers

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