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Topic # 68321 19-Sep-2010 13:08
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I have a HTC Desire running Froyo, with Sense.  The standard HTC Music app is pretty good, but I was wondering if there's something better out there.  It would be nice to search by genre and date, and to edit star ratings and tags.  I'm not willing to give up the playback controls in the lock screen though.

Has anyone found a better music app?

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  Reply # 381860 19-Sep-2010 13:41
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Try Cubed, it's pretty nice, has a bunch of features you might want to try.

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  Reply # 381923 19-Sep-2010 16:54
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meanderingmark: I have a HTC Desire running Froyo, with Sense.  The standard HTC Music app is pretty good, but I was wondering if there's something better out there.  It would be nice to search by genre and date, and to edit star ratings and tags.  I'm not willing to give up the playback controls in the lock screen though.

Has anyone found a better music app?


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  Reply # 381956 19-Sep-2010 18:11
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If you want a more functional version of the already supplied one, try music mod.



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  Reply # 382027 19-Sep-2010 21:46
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Wow, awesome response thanks guys. I'll try a few of those suggestions

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  Reply # 382100 20-Sep-2010 06:40
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I personally quite like doubleTwist :D

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  Reply # 384014 24-Sep-2010 12:29
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Lifehacker put together a nice roundup of music player alternatives. 

Check it out. 

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