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  •  08 Apr 2014 13:33

Release Notes: This version fixed a crash in the Android versions when finishing the file playback queue. An initial German translation was added.

  •  02 Apr 2014 22:05

Release Notes: This release adds support for c64 SID files, fixes playback of some AS0/ASC, AY, TS, and YM5 files, makes the version for Android support the High Voltage SID Collection online catalog, and fixes crashes reported via the GooglePlay channel.

  •  26 Dec 2013 10:22

Release Notes: This release added online access to the ModLand module collection in the Android version. A crash caused by downloading files of unknown sizes was fixed along with browse progress cancelation on current directory change. SAA playback was fixed for some platforms. Detection of STIM (SlamTilt) tracks was improved.

  •  09 Dec 2013 23:02

Release Notes: This release adds some changes in the version for android: playlist items reordering, disabling looped and shuffled playback of single playlist files, and adding plugins information in the About dialog. zxtune-qt now has human-readable data size in the playlist statistic and uses plain text instead of playlist items' type display. It also fixes a crash in DMM module parsing and skipping invalid files in LHA archives.

  •  19 Nov 2013 11:59

Release Notes: This release contains improvements and fixes for the Android version. The ability to store a whole or a partial playlist to a file was added. Network access was fixed for old platform devices. Invalid directories are now skipped while scanning.

  •  06 Nov 2013 00:53

Release Notes: This release contains fixes for file autorenaming during conversion/export and AS0/ASC playback. The xtractor tool is now is able to search TurboSound containers and some compressed graphic images (ASC Screen Crusher and Laser Compact 4.0 & 5.2). The minimum version for Android is now 2.3.5 (API v10). Support for xxhdpi devices has been added. Loop/random playlist mode and playing/import of .xspf and .ayl files have been added. Playlist and browser views have fast navigation thumbnails. Small screen devices have a sliding panes navigation bar. Updates to the main icon and main graphics.

  •  15 Oct 2013 12:14

Release Notes: This release added the ability to browse and listen to chiptunes from in the Android version. The CPU is now held while working. Runtime statistics for the scanning service were improved, UI hangs during playback operations were fixed, and human-readable objects sizes were provided in the file browser. The xtractor utility is now able to extract chiptunes using a new experimental search engine. TRUSH packed block processing was fixed.

  •  03 Sep 2013 12:50

Release Notes: This release focused on changes to the Android version. ActionBar is now used for all platforms. Global sound and headset control settings were added. Display and processing of paths with escaped characters was fixed. All components are now finished on exit via the menu command. Exclusive control from headset buttons is now used if enabled in settings.

  •  20 Aug 2013 08:47

Release Notes: This release adds fixes in MegaLZ and TF0/TFE decoding. An automatic updates check was provided in zxtune-qt. The file browser in zxtune-android was improved with asynchronous browsing, simplified UI, and the ability to a play folder's content (via long click). Playback can now be controlled via media buttons on the headset, and paused by disconnecting the headset (not for all devices). Navigation on playlist bounds was fixed.

  •  06 Aug 2013 13:26

Release Notes: This release speeds up sound rendering for all the types of modules. LZH2 decoding and AYM conversion were fixed. Memory usage while playing back TFC/TFD was improved. zxtune-qt now supports storage of playlists with relative item paths and item content itself. The Android version received several crash fixes, a Russian translation, updated seek control, optimized package size, and more.


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