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TOMPlayer [T]he[O]ther[M]ediaPlayer

Simple PlayList (m3u) Application for BlackBerry® devices

Ideal for AudioBooks

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TOMplayer is for all BlackBerry® devices with OS 4.3 or higher (incl. OS7) [like 81xx, 82xx, 83xx, 85xx, 87xx, 88xx, 9000(Bold) 9500/9520(Storm), 9530/9550(Strom2), 96xx, 97xx(Bold2), 98xx(Torch) or 99xx and all new JAVA-BASED BlackBerry smartphone devices that will be released in the future (no support for Devices running BBX!)].
TOMPlayer is a simple AudioList Player. You can open any existing playlist files (.m3u) from your device and listen to the audio files. If you haven't any playlists yet TOMPlayer offers a simple and easy way to create new ones.
TOMPlayer is always storing the last active playlist, the last active track and even the position in the track. This makes TOMPlayer ideal for the playback of AudioBooks! When ever you stop listening / end the application, the next time you start TOMPlayer you can continue to listen just where you have ended.
This becomes also very handy when you have longer playlists that you can't complete in one run - even when you have shuffled your PlayList TOMPlayer will always remember the current track, position and even the last shuffle of your playlist. So finally with TOMPlayer you open any of your playlists, shuffle them and listen to the complete list over the next several days without any hassle. Simply fire up TOMPlayer when ever you like to continue to listen to your music. TOMPlayer will always remember where you have stopped listening.
Of course you can also create new playlists with TOMPlayer. When you select the option from the Menu you can create a playlist for the current directory content or create a recursive [R] playlist (all audio files in all folders will be added). Please note that it can take a while for the device to grab all audio files in the filesystem (specially when you make use of the recursive option).
TOMPlayer will sort by default the playlist by the filename of the audio files (for each folder) - you can change this sort order by using the keyshort cut [SHIFT]+[O] to toggle between 'Name', 'Date' (& 'File-Type'). Also you can revert the sort order by pressing [SHIFT]+[I].
TOMPlayer also supports the Scrobble Service powered by Last.fm. The Last.fm scrobble service lets you add a track-play to your profile. This data is used to show your listening history and generate personalized charts and recommendations (and more). - Separate Last.fm account required - for Terms & Conditions applies see Website for details.

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