Hypoxia media player now BlackBerry 6 compatible

Hypoxia
By Bla1ze on 21 Oct 2010 02:00 pm EDT
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Fans of Hypoxia that are also BlackBerry 6 users will be glad to see this arrive. Hypoxia, the media player that not only plays music and videos from your network, but is also capable of streaming to devices has been updated for BlackBerry 6. Aside from being a great standalone media player, Hypoxias ability to stream that media to a wide array of devices is really the key feature. With Hypoxia you can:

  • Stream From: Your home, or work network using supported apps like Windows Media Player, TVersity and more with Hypoxia!
  • Stream To: All of your supported upnp devices like: Xbox 360, Windows Media Player, or another BlackBerry! 

With other features such as full skinning support, Twitter integration and custom playlists and more, Hypoxia is an all around awesome media player. The application does cost $7.99 but, if getting the most of the media on your device is what you need then Hypoxias fits that area nicely. Be sure to read the full list of features and information available in the CrackBerry App Store. Oh and if you do decide to pick it up, make sure you grab the CrackBerry skin that was designed for Hypoxia via their website download. The skin was designed by Mr. Mike Hepples, himself. :) 

4 comments

NoOneSpecific

Seriously, take a moment and GOOGLE the word "Hypoxia". What has a medical condition involving the body not being able to absorb enough oxygen have to do with music or video streaming?

*shakes head*

Bla1ze

Depending on what year you were born..and what hair band or metal band you listened too. The name and it's meaning carries A LOT of weight when related to music and getting oxygen to your body. Lol

 Now, if you'll excuse me I'm gonna go headbang to Metallica while playing my air guitar.

blutricky

Just received my Torch yesterday. Thought I was gonna have to wait forever for this to be available for OS6. I actually won a copy of Hypoxia here on Crackberry.com and had been using it on my Bold 9000, now let me see how it runs on the Torch.

Blacklatino

Got it! Reminds me of an "updated" version of xPlayer-which worked great on my 8310. :)