Mew Media Player
10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- Good design
- Easy to use
- Only MP3
Browse through your library and listen to all your songs
Mew Media Player is a useful and easy app that enables you to play all your songs over and over again. You just need to browse the music by songs, artist, albums or playlists (that you can create). There's the whole list of songs under each category, always displaying the name, singer, album name and duration.
You can forward the song if you don't want to listen to it, put it on repeat, stop it and shuffle for playing random songs.
Mew Media Player was created by Mobile Bitworks, who has five more apps in the market if you want to take a look at them.
Totally recommended if you're looking for a simple and easy way to browse and play all your songs.
Everything you see is clickable! Be sure to view the Help Screen to fully learn about Mew's capabilities and features - such as viewing the Genres and Compilations tabs, bringing up context menus and searching.
- Lists songs by artists, albums, genres, compilations and playlists
- Flexible play options - forward, reverse and shuffle
- Shuffle songs, artists, albums, genres and playlists
- Convenient back button allows you to go back in case you accidentally click another song
- Tab-based search makes it easy to find music
- Build Playlist Mode makes it easy to create and modify playlists
Supports mp3. Other audio formats still being tested.
Buy Mew Media Player Pro! More options and features!
- External library update
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Anna Grace.
Buggy. Errors and force closes often when you do much of anything with your device besides let it keep playing. Could be an amazing player with some work and tune ups
Nothing to say about
good interface but Force close on every launching...fix this please...galaxy s2
Ok. Building a playlist is possible. Playlist remains and available on the default music player even after Mew Media Player is uninstalled. Mini x10.
Pretty good, but I dislike the UI. For those of you who like full listings of songs, this is perfect. I'm just more of a visual guy myself.