The final build of CyanogenMod 9 music app is here; despite of the final custom CM9 ROM is not available for now and is still in development stage, the CM9 music app has been released. The release of Â final build of CM9 music app was first appeared as an alpha version followed by Trebuchet Launcher.
The CyanogenMod 9 music appÂ comes with default User Interface(UI) but user can customize the UI according to their taste by downloading the favorite UI skin from the official site. The app comes with customizable status bar, comprehensive set of sound enhancement options, Ice Cream Sandwich style homescreen widgets in multiple sizes, multiple attractive animations transition effect between different tracks, support for lyrics etc.
With the help of customization option, available for status bar user can control the playback option, change the font, enable/disable album art feature. One of the important feature in CyanogenMod 9 music app is the support to set any song as default ringtone of the device while listening, to play/pause the song shake the device and to stop temporarily flip it face down.
For now, this app will not able to play music from Google Music Cloud Server as Google has not yet released the API for it. However, user can play sound tracks from the local library. It also offers a list of different EQ settings to choose from, if you are not satisfied with the equalizer settings then you can create your own EQ settings.
Being a music app, it offers a vast range of setting options for sound enhancement for each individual components like Bluetooth, Headset or device speakers and bass enhance, virtual room, virtual room effect andÂ speaker modifications.
This app is currently not available on Android Market but very soon it will be listed on the site. For now the app can be downloaded from its developer officially site and is currently available for devices running on CyanogenMod 9 or Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 and higher OS.
DOWNLOAD: CyanogenMod 9 Music App