SidPlay S80 Commodore 64 music files player for Nokia 9200 Communicator
Mp3Player for Nokia Communicator Mp3Player for Nokia Communicator is an MPEG Layer 3 audio player for Nokia 9300/9500.
- English, German, Spanish, Hungarian;
- plays MP3 files (MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-2
ALON MP3 Player ALON MP3 Player is an audio player which supports MP3, OGG and WAV - the most popular audio formats with built-in 3-Band Parametric Equalizer
· You may open the menu by software buttons.
· To start/stop playback press the button "Play"/"Stop" or right software button>Play/Stop
Mobile Media Center Beta Symbian Mobile Media Center Beta is the cool way to enjoy the photos, songs and videos stored on your computer. Wherever you are, you can listen to your favorite tunes. Or trade photos and videos with your friends. These files are automatically compresses into a mobile file size to avoid long downloads.
It's fast. It's fun
OggPlay (S80) OggPlay (S80) is an Ogg vorbis audio player.
Ogg Vorbis is an audio compression format similar to mp3. However the compressed files are approximately a factor two smaller than mp3 files.
To be more precise an ogg file encoded with 64kbit/sec gives approximately the same level of audio quality as a 128kbit/sec mp3 file
S+Amp Music player S+Amp Music player - player with Visualizer playing in backgound. Full navigation music function and special with you can seek music. If music be playing and stop with calling-in, when call finished, the music will back to play again
Helix Player Helix Player is an open source media player for Linux, Solaris, and Symbian based on the Helix DNA Client media engine
MobileDJ S80 MobileDJ has been designed to make the life of
a mobile disc jockey easier and to provide DJ's
with a stable, inexpensive, and helpful piece of
software that can be relied upon.
This software is very feature rich and as a result
the user interface may seem complex at first
bzip2 bzip2 - Fully Linux/UNIX compatible BZIP2 compressor plugin for YaExplorer.
Using this plugin you can pack some files on your Linux machine, move them to your smartphone and unpack them & vice versa