No more using the MP3 format to listen to all those 8-bit melodies on our Android that bring us memories of our childhood or youth. We talk about ZXTune, the Android version of the well-known multiplatform application that is capable of playing a large multitude of original game device and console formats from years ago like Amiga, Ataria, Spectrum, Acron and more. In short, practically more than 50 formats that we can listen to without any problem to relive our experiences.
This multimedia player was already available for PCs with Linux or Windows operating systems, and there is even a version for Raspberry Pi (Linux). ZXTune has come to Android thanks to a member of XDA Developers, how could it be otherwise, Vitamin_CAIG. It is compatible with all versions of Android as of Gingerbread 2.3.3 (can be used on both tablets and smartphones) and brings some very interesting features such as automatic pause when receiving or making calls, support for xxhdpi resolutions and even control from wireless speakers (although this is not available for all devices).
ZXTune also features direct integration to some critical databases in the world of chiptunes like ztunes.com and Modland. And of course, if we want to, we can enjoy standard playback of music files. If you are interested, you will find all the information in the corresponding thread of the XDA forum and even download the application. However, it is also possible to download ZXTune from the official Google Play page from this link.
You know, if you want to remember good times and enjoy 8 bits on your Android, ZXTune is a must and, if you want to know more useful applications, you just have to visit our dedicated section.