If you are a fan of MediaMonkey you will be happy to know that it is being developed for Android by fellow XDA forum member, BulletproofIdeal, to celebrate the upcoming release of the fourth version of the desktop client.
If you are not familiar with MediaMonkey here is how the wiki describes it:
MediaMonkey is a proprietary digital media player and media library application developed by Ventis Media Inc., for organizing and playing audio on Microsoft Windowsoperating systems. By using plugins, it can be extended to handle video and other media formats as well.
This is a work-in-progress beta, but it is well underway. Checkout the list of planned features after the break:
- MM.db sync and merge
- Non-native codec support (Ogg, Flac, Ape)
- Basic library managment (Tag with Amazon.com search, media scanner to load non-native codecs)
- DLNA control point for MM4
- DLNA renderer for MM4
- Lockscreen widget with swipe controls
- Companion MM4 plugin to handle syncing
- Skin support
Most of all, MediaMonkey developers have given support for this project. Expect to see support for music early on, but with enough momentum, video may come as well. So far interest has been high, so head over to the forums to track this project and give your valuable input.