This is a whole new version, not an update from the previous hb.
Goear PSP is an application designed for the search, download, play music from the site goear.com
Version 2.0 Features
- Support multi languages improved. Now there's no limit, just copied to a folder and are ready to use
- Support for skins
Here we go, finally got around to releasing v2 of SoundEffects, v2 has a few changes that really makes the overall HomeBrew better.
For those of you that didn't see v1, sound effects is a pretty awesome thingy if I do say so my self. That allows you to play different sound effects by pushing different buttons
This homebrew is made with the intention to (little by little) emulate a DJ's turntable, better known as DJ Mixer.
Functions implemented so far:
* Save/Load language selection into the file (settings.cfg).
* Whole Memory Stick MP3 file browser, always visible and quick handling.
* Loads two tracks, simultaneously (one in each plate)
Homebrew dev Babkock has dropped by our forums to release, Tripprog, a trippy little app that produces hallucinating effects.
Tripprog is a fun little program I've written that produces a hallucination-like effect
Homebrew dev Babkock has dropped by once again in our forums to release a new version of Beatbox, a simple drum machine for the homebrewd PSP that "emits various drum sounds every time you press a button
PSPInstaller is an application that helps the end-user easily download and install homebrew, much like the Cydia store on the iPhone or similar stores for the Wii. The application was made with you in mind so steps have been taken to ensure that you can install files and play them as quickly and easily as possible
Courtesy of the folks from the HomebrewStore development team comes a fresh new version of their HomebrewStore, a PlayStation Store clone specially built for homebrew users.
Easy PSP Playlists Maker
Homebrew dev baletandesu has released the initial version of Easy PSP Playlists Maker. As the name suggest, this homebrewed app allows you the create your own music playlist for your PSP using a PC
Homebrew developer Babkock has dropped by our forums to release his latest project, ToneMatrix, a gnarly "16-step drum machine" based on the ToneMatrix flash program by Andre Michelle for the PlayStation Portable