Weeks ago, reports came down the pipe that the CyanogenMod Music Player application would be made available for anyone out there to download, whether they were rooted or not. This morning, we’ve got good news and even better news, as the application has finally become publicly available for anyone who wants to download it. It’s not available in the Android Market (we didn’t see it yet when we did a search, as of the time of this writing), but you can reach it through the developer’s blog, which is sourced below. The better news? It’s a free download.
However, it isn’t all roses and sunshine. The music app is only meant to run on devices with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to take advantage of all of the app’s features. The application’s developer, Andrew Neal, says that he will try to have support for older versions of Android sometime in the future, but that those older versions will not be able to take advantage of all the new features.
The app comes with plenty of features for Android 4.0 users, but it won’t stream your Google Music, so keep that in mind. But if you keep all of your music on your SD card, and you want some great new features added to the stock Music app, then this is the perfect way to do it. Head through the source link below to check it out.