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Pocket Tunes

Wed Aug 10, 2005 - 3:35 PM EDT - By James Hromadka


There are so many features in Pocket Tunes that it would be impossible to cover all of them in a review. The program can play almost all your music and has a featureset that rivals many desktop audio players. The only things that Pocket Tunes is missing is AAC support and displaying Album Art for a song. If you only need MP3 support, the Basic version is a better value, but if you want to play purchased songs and streamed music, the Deluxe version is a must, albeit a bit pricey. You can get by with RealPlayer, but if you really want control of your music, Pocket Tunes is the way to go.

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Cost/Benefit 4
Design 5
Usability 5
Features 5
(not an average)
  • Plays music purchased from certain online music stores
  • Multiple versions so users can purchase the one that suits their needs
  • Support for most music formats and streaming audio
  • Skinnable and supports plugins
  • Cons
  • No AAC support
  • Does not display Cover Art

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    Product Info
    > Name Pocket Tunes
    > Company Normsoft
    > Review version 3.1.1
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    > Available
    > $61.8

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