Jul 17, 2012
MODo is a small app which plays:
Amiga tracker files (.mod .xm .it. .s3 .med)
C64 (SID Player, HVSC #54 Songlength DB integrated)
Nintendo SNES / NES / Gameboy
Sega Mega Drive (Genesis...
Apr 01, 2011
Completely re-written for webOS2.1 zNibbleLite (free version - AD SUPPORTED) is the first webOS 2.xx ringtone creation app utilizing all the latest attributes of webOS 2.1 zNibbleLite ringtone...
Dec 07, 2010
App Trigger is a dead simple app inspired by Mode Switcher. App Trigger was made for one reason, to automatically launch your music app when you plug in headphones or connect with a bluetooth audio...
Sep 18, 2010
FFplayer (aka File Folder Player) is a music player that plays songs from a file/folder based structure. It is built entirely on Jason Robitaille's FileMgr Service and provides File I/O access as a...
Sep 07, 2010
Amigo is a replacement for Palm Pre/Pixi 'Music' application
The fastest music player for webOS*.
It does not slow down the system and you can even play some 3D games (ex. FIFA10),...
Sep 02, 2010
(NOTE: For people running webOS 2.0 or later, the app is now available in the app catalog! You can pick it up here: http://developer.palm.com/appredirect/?packageid=com.hedami.musicplayerremix. ...
Jul 30, 2010
0.7.4 Extended beta period and tweaked the GPS to be less fussy in the store locator.
0.7.3 Extended beta period and added warning (in About) about iTunes messing up their feeds.
0.7.2 Added 7Digital...
May 08, 2010
Speaker Phone is a speaker volume adjuster for the Palm Pre. Are you hard on phones? Have you managed to render the volume keys on the side of my Palm Pre, inoperable. Well if you've found yourself...
May 06, 2010
SPIN Connect is your portable guide to everything new in music. Get the latest album and concert reviews, news, photos, and more -- all in an easy-to-use format that fits in the palm of your hand!
Apr 04, 2010
DI.FM is simply a gateway to select your favorite type of music to begin streaming on your pre. It is a pretty basic application that i made because it was frustrating to navigate their website!...