Floola 3.1

Floola is an application to efficiently manage your iPod or your Motorola mobile phone (any model supporting iTunes). It’s a standalone application that can be run directly from your iPod and needs no installation under Linux, Mac OS X and Windows (Windows Vista is supported). Floola supports all most common used iPod features including podcasts and smart playlists!

Release Highlights:
* issue with main listbox columns
* podcast downloading issue when loosing focus
* writes also filetype to db
* ffmpeg paramater issues (mac+win)
* improved photo db handling
* issues copying photos when fullres is not available
* invisible files on copy (windows)
* last.fm tracks played in Floola had wrong timestamp
* Korean translation added
* synch folder wrong file count
* last.fm startup submission improved
* last.fm “now playing” multiple track submission
* last.fm “now playing” support
* reset last.fm
* audioscrobbler protocol 1.2
* Czech translation
* improved folder sync
* fixed issue with ffmped under linux
* artwork mixup improvements
* get tags from filename also when converting
* df error under linux
* fixed issue when limiting by “least recently…”
* copy from podcast
* minor podcast improvements
* updated swedish translation
* fixed issues in 2.9.5
* shell timeout error when converting (windows only)
* MSN now playing plugin (windows only)
* shuffle isn’t autodetected anymore
* ffmpeg debug mode window
* hungarian translation updated
* fast mode space wasn’t recovered when quitting
* overall much faster read/write (db+artwork)
* better sorting of albums and tracks starting with “the” and “a”
* Issue adding items to playlist
* bug rewriting last smart playlist
* MBS registration issue

Homepage – Floola

Size: 6.2 MB



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