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Select! Music Player (trial)

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Price: Free

Rating: 4.21/5 (477 votes)

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Select! is the music player for a smooth music listening experience on your tablet. Get the free 14-day trial version!Browse seamlessly through your music collection. Create playlists with ease and have full control over your music:* The thoughtfully designed all-in-one-view interface takes full advantage of the larger tablet screens.* Optimized for innovative multi-touch control. Swipe through your music by cover art and organize it by drag & drop.* Use the quick search with autocompletion to jump to an album or artist. Or use the real-time detail search to find a particular track.* Playlist oriented: Manage, arrange and play your music and always know what will play next.* The unique waveform display serves as a precise seekbar. See what's playing with the graphic equalizer or use the full screen visualization of your music.

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