We recently heard from Emacberry founder, Matthias, who told us that while his BlackBerry media player was decent, it lacked some crucial functionality for his listening needs. In particular, when a playlist is loaded, one would expect that the app will remember the last position in the playlist, as well as the track. So he decided to create TOMPlayer, a media app that has this functionality. Click through for the full description and download links.
The benefits of TOMPlayer do not extend just to music but could also be used for audio books. since TOMPlayer remembers both where you left in the playlist and in the track, listening to an audio book on your BlackBerry with TOMPlayer means you never miss a word.
The TOMPlayer app is still being developed and emacberry is known for always being on top of updates and supporting apps, so expect much more functionality. Currently, the app does not allow you to create new playlists and you need to create the m3u files with a different application such as FileScout.