Android owners that came from the old Windows Mobile campfire might remember Winamp and with fondness and wish that the Llama would someday grace their Android device and make things right with the world again. It’s been available in a beta version for some time but now  Nullsoft’s music management solution for devices packing Éclair or Froyo (2.1 & 2.2) is available in a final v1 form.

Play, manage and sync music from your desktop to your Android device.

Winamp for Android offers a complete music management solution (2.1 OS & above) featuring wireless desktop sync (Winamp 5.6 required), iTunes library import, & access to thousands of internet radio stations with SHOUTcast. Visit

Oh and here is the next best thing about Winamp, FREE! Head on over the the Marketplace and get yours:

What’s in this version:

  1. Download and stream free music
  2. Now Playing screen redesign
  3. Additional artist info including News
  4. Album art gesturing for track change
  5. Home screen redesign
  6. Browse by Genre
  7. Lock-screen player redesign
  8. Integration with Android’s “listen to” Voice Action
  9. SHOUTcast (2.2 & above) Featured Stations
  10. Fixed crash issue on Sony Ericsson Xperia series
  11. Languages: English, Dutch, German, French, Italian, Japanese, Polish, Portuguese (BR), Romanian, Russian, Spanish & Turkish




  1. I blame David, he told me to post it up. LOL

    Looks pretty cool but Chris and David were wondering who still uses FLAC.

  2. @Doug Smith: you really need to learn to read what I circulate:) It’s been udpate to v1 now – that’s the news. So when it says “What’s in this version” the ‘this’ version is opposed to the ‘prior’ version that was a beta ;)

  3. is the search function in this for searching the music thats already on the device? because it wouldnt even find the songs that were in the featured free downloads section. other than the 20 or so songs available to download for free, i dont see why you wouldnt just get a standalone shoutcast app or something else similar because this doesnt seem to offer much above and beyond other apps out there.

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