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Mobiola xPlayer Updated to v2 With OS 6.0 Support and More


It has been ages since I last heard of Shape Services Mobiola xPlayer. WAY back in the day this was one of the only decent MP3 players available for BlackBerry until RIM shaped up their game a bit. Shape kind of forgot about it for awhile with little to no updates in the last few years. Tashanna let us know that xPlayer has been revived again by Shape and Mobiola in two new versions. There is a free ad supported version and a paid $9.99 ad free version with a 7 day trial.

Here is the change log we spotted on The Sauce Report:

  • Full support for OS 6.0 devices
  • Dropbox integration: if you have a Dropbox account, you can log in to your Dropbox directly from xPlayer, add files to playlist from Dropbox, manage playlists with Dropbox files and playback mp3 files directly from Dropbox. You don’t need to download them. It’s recommended to use Unlimited data plan or WiFi connection to playback files from your remote Dropbox. To create a Dropbox account go to
  • We split xPlayer into xPlayer (LITE version with Ads) and xPlayer Pro (with 7 days trial)
  • We cut prices to xPlayer Pro to $9.99.

I cannot seem to find more details on the DropBox implementation but I am having a friend check it out since I am a SugarSync user. You can pick up both the free ad supported and paid version of Mobiola xPlayer from your BlackBerry at this link.

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  1. very nice, and i love the dropbox integration

  2. I remember using xplayer a few years back because it had a nice playlist feature. The UI was a little awkward and navigation was not as intuitive as I would have liked, but I bet those issues have been resolved after all this time. Very cool that you can stream music from your dropbox account. That’s something, the current BB media player cannot do for sure.

  3. I’m thinking that the last time I recall playing with xPlayer was when I first got my 8830. And it completely dropped off my radar when 4.5 launched.

  4. Been a long time since having used xplayer, I used to love how it handled the big playlists I had. The dropbox feature is really cool

  5. I’ve never used it, but I might just try it. Looks very interesting.

  6. Cool, I love “dropbox apps”

  7. If you don’t want to spend the money, you can still dump your mp3s into Dropbox and play them using the Dropbox app. I had a couple speeches in my Dropbox and they play just fine. Dropbox isn’t a media player so you won’t get playlists and the other features but it will open mp3 files and they will play (through the bb music player).

  8. YEASSS….. im all over thiss

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