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Author Topic: Your top 5 applications? [not games]  (Read 1971 times)

Meneer Jansen (OP)

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Your top 5 applications? [not games]
« on: October 27, 2009, 02:49:52 pm »
Apart from playing 1.000 games on 'me Dingoo, my favorite applications (Dingux or native) are:

5. GMU music player (Dingux). Supports multiple m3u playlists, lyrics and album covers. Screen font is not that beautiful and using the app itself is not that easy (read: navigating through the various screens and the different key configs in them). But its great for playing tracks in random order.

4. Gread. Great reader that supports beautiful easy to read true type fonts and rotating the Dingoo 90 degrees for "portrait" reading instead of the usual landscape.

3. The video player. Take those xvid video's with you and show them to anyone on his or her TV!

2. The Radio.

1. The native MP3 player. Dunno why I use it at all. ;) It's buggy, crashes on almost any playlist and the search function sucks. Maybe it's the equalizer. Maybe its the fact that the native firmware "obeys" the hold button, which is important if you've got the Dingoo your pocket to use it as an MP3 player.

Other than gaming, what are your favourite of the few apps on the Dingoo?
Finally got me a new Dingoo after I Kentucky ~~::fried::~~ the other one. Yippee! [edit] And lost it!


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Re: Your top 5 applications? [not games]
« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2009, 03:23:03 pm »
Hmm maybe a general (both native and dingux) software forum would be a good idea.

I don't really use that many applications, but my number one is easily the native music player, because I use the Dingoo mostly for music.

Secondly I would say the TI-83 calculator GBA rom if that counts ;)


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Re: Your top 5 applications? [not games]
« Reply #2 on: October 27, 2009, 03:36:39 pm »
I use every day the native music player and the ebook reader function. Both of them suck for some reasons (audio player: crashes, bad audio effects, both effects and equalizers cause output saturation, no playlist support... ebook: no support for italian accents, background color has to be setted every time you boot your dingoo, ugly font, no page rotation, ...), but I like the fact that I can start listening to songs when i get in train and start reading later, without stop playing, that makes them the more comfotable solution.

I hope they both could be soon replaced by greader2x.