New FrostWire for Android 1.1.2 out

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A new FrostWire for Android is out, it fixes multiple crashes and uses several megabytes less of memory, it should perform better than ever, users with older Android models should feel the improvement. Issues with soundcloud search have been fixed. New user interface elements regarding Wi-Fi sharing. Now you can fully stop the audio player by long pressing on the pause button.

The Beautiful Kellee Maize representing FrostWire with a FrostWire Tee

Final Changelog

FrostWire 1.1.2 – SEP/03/2013
– Removed offers during installation to comply with new Google Play guidelines.
– New: Stop music playback completely by long pressing the play/pause button.
– New: Audio Player menu now has “Delete this track” feature, get rid of songs
you don’t like on your device next time you come across them and keep playing.
– New: Turn on/off wifi sharing from Wi-Fi sharing screen. Turning off Wi-Fi
sharing results in considerable battery savings since the radio is not being
used constantly to discover and announce to other peers on the local network.
– Sources on search results are now underlined to hint user of sourc checking feature.
– Fixes issues parsing some YouTube urls.
– Fixes soundcloud search.
– Improved memory usage and multiple memory leaks fixes will avoid a multiple
number of crashes due to out of memory errors, specially on older devices
with limited memory availability.
– Fixes issue with double memory allocation related to
first creen’s grid view.
– Fixed some memory leaks related to picasso bitmap
allocations.

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