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Play AAC songs on the Treo

Sat Dec 4, 2004 - 8:13 PM EST - By James Hromadka

AAC Player for Palm OS

When I recently reviewed The Missing Sync, I mentioned that I was looking for an AAC Player for Palm devices. Thanks to reader dutchtrumpet for pointing me to Kinoma Player 3 EX, which can display JPG files and play back Kinoma Movies containing H.263, Cinepak Mobile, ADPCM, Yamaha ADPCM, or uncompressed audio, as well as 3GPP, MP4, MOV, MPEG-4 video and AAC audio files.

Features include:
  • View MPEG-4 video, listen to AAC audio and view JPEG photos.
  • Zoom, Rotate and Pan movies and photos.
  • Plays many 3GP (mobile phone), iTunes, and QuickTime files
  • Sort songs by album, artist or title
  • State-of-the-art MPEG-4 video and AAC audio compression let you pack more on a memory card.
  • Stream movies using mobile phone, 802.11 and Bluetooth networks

    I downloaded the trial version and copied to the /palm/programs/kinoma folder on an expansion card a couple of AAC encoded songs, and a few moments later I was jamming to "Mysterious Ways." Note that the Kinoma Player can't play songs purchased from iTunes Music Store.

    Kinoma Player 3 EX is $19.95. There is a two-week trial available.

    Update: TreoCentral now has a review of the product

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