CynogenMod 9 Music Player Apollo Leaked: Runs Even On Non-Rooted Android Phones
If you are not interested in rooting your Android handset and yet wish to enjoy the goodies that can only run on a rooted device, then here is one from the all famous CyanogenMod9. An Android music player which is reported to be a part of upcoming ROM has been released to the masses, and the best part of it is you don’t need rooting to run it on your Android phone.
The music app currently in alpha stage has been made available for all the android users as it is compatible with all Android Ice Cream Sandwich running devices. The new Android music app is called Apollo, and the reason it is released to the masses is that the developer is expecting to get all the bugs out before releasing it with the new ROM.
Currently, the app is similar to the majority of Android music apps on hand, and as mentioned earlier the app is in pre-launch stage so you can expect some minor bugs and limitations. Currently, the Cynogenmod9 Apollo cannot access Google Play Music as the company has yet to release the Play Music API.
The Apollo music player will come with various customization options, but currently it is missing both theming as well as the landscape mode, which will limit its usage while the phone is sitting on a dock. However, the app is still worth trial, and you can use the link below to download the apk file. Once downloaded simply use sideloading method to install it on your Android handset.
Click here to download the Cynogenmod 9 music app.