Now that the latest Gingerbread OTA for the HTC EVO 4G has been rooted, a lot of people have been frantically flashing ROMs.
Anybody that has checked out MIUI would have immediately noticed its beautiful music application. Once switching away from the ROM, many users are wondering how to get the MIUI Music Player back.
There is. The best part about the music player being released as a separate .apk is that any ROM can use it. You don't even have to be rooted.
This app is a great alternative to the stock music player on Sense or AOSP. Navigation is great, making it very easy to use to find the song you want to play, and graphically, the app is stunning with a gorgeous music equalizer.
MIUI Music Player also shows off an Online Music tab, which allows you to find and download your favorite songs. Unfortunately for me, I had some trouble getting songs to download on my OG EVO running Swagged Out | Stock, but I am sure this will be addressed in a future update.
This app also has live lyrics sync (which never finds the right song for me), as well as sleep mode, playlist management, and extensive player settings. One of those settings is the ability to turn on "shake to change songs." This self-explanatory feature is great for those running Sense ROMs that have no option to change songs without looking at the screen.
All in all, the native music player that comes with the MIUI ROM is one of the best music players for EVOs. And now, thanks to the .apk release of MIUI Music Player, no matter what ROM you are running you can enjoy this lightweight music player (even if you have an EVO 3D).
Now if only this could play songs from Google Music . . .