A gapless audio player for Symbian OS 9.2-9.4, recursively playing back file system folders, oriented on lossless compression and supporting the following formats: wav, lpcm, flac, ape/mac, mp3, ac3, ogg, aac and cue sheets.
AAC+ files plays incorrectly - with half speed, wav files doesn't play, selection not focused on current track, no option for default folder, 320 kbps mp3 files skips sometimes, amplification doesn't work. Nokia E72.
At this time I would not recommend it for users like me. Volume control isn't very precise, needing more granularity. With the Nokia E72 and low-impedance phones (which can include good IEM audiophile headphones) even at MINIMUM volume the sound is too loud. A soft, more granular control over volume is needed (like LCG Jukebox has). Other than that, I like it, small, stable and effective. Would be great if it had some sort of "bookmarking" ability so it could be used with audiobooks (to remember where one has stopped) but that's an extra.