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Thursday, 30 August 2007

CorePlayer Mobile for Symbian Available Now

CorePlayer™ Mobile for Symbian Beta 1 Released

CorePlayerCoreCodec® CorePlayer™ Mobile enables Next-Generation digital media on the Symbian Operating System. Users will finally get to see the power of Matroska on Symbian

Palm Coast, FL (PRWEB) August 29, 2007 -- CoreCodec®, Inc., a leading provider of digital media technology, has announced the immediate availability of CorePlayer™ Mobile for Symbian, a universal multimedia platform for mobile devices and desktop computers.

CoreCodec CorePlayer Mobile for Symbian, ushers in a new multimedia era for a wide range of Symbian based devices. With its ubiquitous multiplatform design, CorePlayer Mobile provides simple ease of use that the Chicago Sun-times says, "it actually has a user interface designed with bipeds in mind."

"We are thrilled to provide Symbian users with our award winning CorePlayer multimedia platform," said Lora Bieri, Vice President of Sales and Business Development for CoreCodec, Inc. "All Symbian operating systems will now enjoy the convenience, ease of use, and high quality audio and video experience that CorePlayer Mobile is known for."

"Users will finally get to see the power of Matroska on Symbian," said Steve Lhomme, Creator of the Matroska Project. "CorePlayer Mobile now enables Matroska to the masses and shows that there are alternatives to the MPEG-4 container."

CorePlayer Mobile for Symbian supports all the latest codecs, including CoreAVC / H.264, DivX, XviD, MPEG-1 Video. AAC, MP3, OGG, FLAC, WAVPack, and Midi Ringtone Audio, and is available for third party OEM and ODM's white label licensing. For more information email licensing @

You can purchase it here

What's the catch? CoreCodec sells it at US$25, that's kinda hefty for a BETA release LOL! And they don't offer any demo or trial version of the player, my golly!


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