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FLAC Player for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad

post #1 of 293
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http://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/flac-player/id390532592?mt=8

 

Just noticed this app showing up in the store.  Thought some might be interested in it.

post #2 of 293
Finally! Ive been waiting for something like this. Thanks, I'll give it a try.
post #3 of 293

How do you guys like it?

post #4 of 293

have you guys tried buzzplayer ?

post #5 of 293
Haven't had a chance to load any files yet. I just wanted to grab it before Apple decide to pull it, they're not big fans of sideloading media.
post #6 of 293
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I haven't tried buzz player or this new one.  I'll probably try one or another on my iPad since it has the most space to store flacs.


Edited by DrTone - 10/19/10 at 1:38pm
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Originally Posted by jesusio View Post

Haven't had a chance to load any files yet. I just wanted to grab it before Apple decide to pull it, they're not big fans of sideloading media.



Is it that much of an issue any more, with the relaxed rules?  With the name I'm certain they wouldn't have approved it at all if it wasn't allright.  VLC player hasn't got pulled yet.  Same concept for video.

post #8 of 293

I wonder how battery life is vs. playing alac?

post #9 of 293
Oh nice, I wasn't aware of it's functionality since I have an iPod rather than an iPad.
post #10 of 293

anyone tried this yet with iPhone and how it works with car integrated systems? Im probably getting this anyway and I'll see if it will work with my BMW 3 series. Great find BTW.

post #11 of 293

Awesome!  Anyone who has tried it have a review?  

post #12 of 293

I'm using buzz player right now it works perfect. smily_headphones1.gif plus lets you play movies with it XD.

post #13 of 293

Do you have to be on the same network as your PC to use buzz player or am I missing something?

post #14 of 293

no basically connect your ipod to itunes click the specific music player *ipod touch/iphone whatever* and click on the apps tab which is located on the top left closer to the middle of the screen if that makes sense lol. then look down where it says buzz player on itunes and click it then you can add all your music and movies to it by clicking add. and you are done XD.

post #15 of 293

Any smartphone platform has to have a flac player. I have a free flac player on my nokia 5530 too!

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