Modo for Tablet

Modo for Tablet

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Allows you to playback some 8 / 16 bit computer music. Hear your favourite computer tunes on your tablet.

How to use?

* Simple, copy your tunes on your sdcard / internal memory. Start Modo and browse to the directory and touch the file.

* To terminate the playback service, pause the music and hit the back button.

Features?

* Sleep timer
* Shuffle
* Loop
* Volume boost
* HVSC #54 songlength database builtin
* Transparent Wallpaper. You can choose an overlay color and alpha value.

Files supported?

Tracker modules:
.mod .xm .it .s3m .med

Commodore C64 (SID Player):
.sid .mus

Nintendo Gameboy / NES / SNES:
.gbs .nsf .nsfe .spc

Sega Master System / Mega Drive / Genesis:
.gym .vgm .vgz

Atari / Amstrad CPC / Spectrum:
.sap .ay

What else?

* Permission request "Wake lock": Is required to keep the CPU going while playing music in the background.

* Permission request "Write to SD card": Is required for zip file support. The app will leave no traces on your card.

* This version is only for tablet or devices with a larger screen. For cell phones check out my Modo version for mobile.

Enough talk, if you have questions you can contact me at wb@illogical.de

Enjoy some nice tunes!

Tags: modo tablet, sid music tracker, sidplayer c64musiczip, modo player vgm, modo и планшет, capturas pantalla tablet.

Recently changed in this version

March 31, 2012

Updated to the same level as the phone version:
* Enabled .vgz support
* Enabled zip support (see below for notes, Permission to write to SD card required)
* For tracker formats: Interpolation mixer and stereo separation.

Note for zip support:

* I experience different results on different devices. While I can read eg, HVSC C64Music.zip on my phone with no problems, on my tablet I am unable to read it. While smaller zip files works on all versions. I have not figured it out yet.


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  • (72 stars)

    by Cristain Gomez on 30/03/2014

    Cool

  • (72 stars)

    by Michael Holter on 22/12/2013

    Good for playing all those old school tunes I gave it a 4 as I would like to see 7z support in future release's but overall just as good as chipamp

  • (72 stars)

    by Alan-Michael Mayweather on 14/11/2013

    I've tried every other player on the market, and a few that were not, and this one is by far the best I've come across. Clean, streamlined interface, perfect sound on everything it plays, and good enough options to make listening a breeze. Minor gripes would include lack of playlist support and as always, the need for more file types (PSF! HES!), but if those get addressed, I have no problem dropp

  • (72 stars)

    by S O'Reilly on 22/08/2013

    I've been enjoying Modo on my phone so when I got my Nexus 7 it was one of the first things I installed. Unfortunately, it was missing the "99 minute loop" feature that I typically use while listening to Super Nintendo music (.spc). Still a great app though!

  • (72 stars)

    by XyNoST on 18/05/2013

    Im using the PSP versions for years and it's great to see it on Android but...WHY there is NO SNDH support when you can on the PSP ? :( Also, the shuffle is a little bit awkward in it, repeating some songs that I already listen less than 10 songs ago... Beside these little points, great work !!!! :)

  • (72 stars)

    by Jennifer Gilley on 23/02/2013

    So far I have only tried .spc files--and Modo plays them beautifully! I like the simple, clean layout, and the transparent background adds a nice touch. For future updates I would love to see play/pause, next and previous buttons in the status/notification area, and maybe the option to have more of a pause between tracks. Great program!

  • (72 stars)

    by Jacob Blankenship on 22/02/2013

    This player literally did nothing. I try to use it to play the music from my micro SD (where all of it is, otherwise the internal memory wouldn't have room) and it doesn't even show the music is there on file. Even the little bit of music on my device, it wouldn't play any of it. Automatic flunk in my case, with the app literally missing it's entire purpose.