Winamp for Android app (WAFA) is now available. The Winamp app offers a complete end-to-end music
management solution for Android with wireless desktop sync and iTunes import.
Winamp media manager is used by 59
million people each month and is the first major brand to introduce a
media player for the Android platform.
The app offers the first of its
kind wireless sync between a desktop computer and a mobile device.
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The new, free app has been in a beta testing phase since October 21.
WAFA features include:
- Wireless Desktop Sync - In
addition to the standard USB sync, Winamp for Android offers Wi-Fi
sync with the Winamp desktop client.
- iTunes Library - A stand-out feature of
the WAFA app is the ability it affords users to import all music and
playlists from iTunes.
- Mobile Media Library - WAFA is a
complete Android media management solution that seamlessly updates a
user's music library when changes are made either on the device or the
- SHOUTcast Radio - Users can access one of
the world's largest radio directories, browse by genre, bookmark
favorite directory listings, and view recent listening history.
- Persistent Player Controls - Always
available controls allow users to quickly pause, change tracks, manage
play queue and gracefully navigate through the application.
- Widget Players & Shortcuts -
Users can add playlist shortcuts along with a functional widget player
to the Android home screen and also directly control playback from the
- Now Playing - This feature displays
song info, album art, artist bios, photos and discography. Users can
press and hold on the track info to interact with other related apps
installed on their phone like Pandora, YouTube and the Amazon MP3
- Scrobbling - WAFA supports
scrobbling with the Last.fm app when both are installed, capturing
users' mobile listening history in real time.
- Ongoing innovation of WAFA will include the addition of new features
and upgrades over time, including Podcast support, tablet support and