n7player a popular Android music player finds its way into Windows Phone store

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n7player a popular android music player comes to windows phone as a Beta. The app is basically a music player and it is very good at it. 
Major Functions:

  • Plays all major file formats
  • Unique, multitouch user interface with all your music available at your fingertips
  • Elegant queue and playlist manager
  • Quick search Surface & classic library
  • Integration with system media controller It comes with its own music player unlike many other music player in the store. It also integrate with system media controller. As soon as you launch the app you will be presented with a tutorial of how to use the app. As it is updates the music library for you. Once the tutorial is completed your screen will be filled with the names of the artists and the size of the text will be according to the number of albums in your device of that particular artist. If you tap on the artist name you will be presented with the albums you have with his/her name. In top you can see the song which is being played. And the little circle displays how much of the song is being played. If you tap on the song you will be displayed the Now playing screen. From the Now playing as you swipe left you will be presented with the current queue. The app also has a great search feature. It gets you result as you start typing the second letter of your search term. You don't even need to complete the search term to find what your are looking for. The search is nicely categorised too showing artists, tracks, albums in separate groups. If you want to filter your search just move to the respective pivot to find the filtered results. The app currently doesn't have a live tile yet, I hope they will add it soon.  Overall the app is very nice. It covered almost all (except for the live tile part) features that is expected from it. Anyway the app is still in beta so there is room for improvement. Surprisingly is did very well for a beta app. I have to say I was disappointed by the pricing part. Although it is a free app in Google's play store, its not free in Windows Phone store and costs 1.99$. Yet there is a free trail from which you can enjoy full functionality of the app for 7 days. You can get the app from here.

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