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PockteSOM on PDA

PocketSOM on PDA Phone

PocketSOM on Mobile Phone

PocketSOM on iPhone

PocketSOM on Android


PocketSOMPlayer -
Intuitive Access to Music on mobile devices

The user's demand for the always accessible portable music archive calls for novel ways of access to music. There is a need for new techniques and interfaces, freeing us from burdensome selection of tracks, allowing us to explore music spaces. The PocketSOMPlayer brings music maps, which automatically organize music archives according to acoustic similarity, to mobile devices and thus allows very quick selection of a specific taste of music.



The PocketSOMPlayer is a lightweight version of the PlaySOM desktop application, optimized for mobile devices, such as PDAs, PocketPCs, handhelds, mobile phones or the future mobile audio player. As the application is closely linked to the PlaySOM desktop software, it supports also all visualizations that are available in PlaySOM. The current version however does not support zooming.

PocketSOM on iPhone (iSOM)

iSOM is an implementation of PocketSOM for the iPhone. [more...]


PocketSOM on Android (SOMdroid)

SOMdroid is an implementation of PocketSOM for the Android platform. [more...]


PocketSOM on PDA Phone

The PocketSOM implementation for the BenQ P50 is based on ewe, a java-like vm for Windows CE devices. It is also known as eweSOM. [more...]


PocketSOM on mobile phones

PocketSOM on mobile phones, also known as MobileSOM. [more...]


PocketSOM on PDA

The PocketSOMPlayer supports both selecting music from the device itself and/or streaming of music over wireless networks such as WLAN, GPRS or UMTS. Thus, the streaming mode provides direct access to huge central music repositories from wherever there is a wireless network connection [more...]

last edited 23.08.2011 by Rudolf Mayer