By September 22, 2008

Review Core Player

image Alli over at Mobility Today had just taken a good look at the Windows Mobile software Core Player. She has posted her impressions of the software especially compared with the rather impressive Kinoma Play software we reviewed a few week back. If you don’t know Core Player is the commercial software that spawned from the free open source software TCPMP.

Features of Core Player

  1. Built-In YouTube Support
  2. image Bluetooth ready!* (A2DP and AVRCP)
  3. Podcast, Enhanced Podcast, CoreCaster Ready
  4. GPU support: Intel 2700g, ATI Imageon, QTv, Marvell Monahan Processors (more coming soon!)
  5. Operating System Support: Symbian (all), CE (3.x – 4.x), Windows Mobile/Smartphone (5.x – 6.x), Palm. (Linux for OEM only)
  6. CPU Support: ARM9, ARM11, MIPS
  7. CoreUI ‘Universal skins’ Widget. Allows you to create a unique custom user interface exactly how you want it!
  8. Best in Class audio and video codecs like CoreAVC our High Definition H.264 video decoder
  9. CoreTheque media library allows for easy management of your playlists and bookmarks

Check out Mobility Today for the full review

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