-Nice GPS integration possible
-Stability, even under my 'standby and resume' setup (about 10 times a day :cool: )
-Possibility to add functions, FrodoComm looks like the ultimate extention utility
-Fact that it remains free and u are still taking time to develop it :nw:
It's just great!
1. Solid and stable.
2. Mature application, been tested on lots of setups
3. Wide range of features (e.g. XM, DVD, radiator, GPS embed)
4. Simple to use, easy to set up
5. Custom skins not just available but plentiful
Database with id3 tags are the best.
Audio and video/vis in same screen & positioning and scaling video/vis.
SPEED!! the fastest I've tested.
and last but at the first! place: STABLE!!
stability (dont think its ever crashed on me, at least not in the car)
skin support (i need to make some new ones when i get time)
GPS (although not finished works ok for what i need when i need it)
embeded visualizations are done right
video is done right
cant comment on radio or xm
3.Ease of installation
5.All the extras that I really like....xm,and navigating the menu is very intuitive.
1. The way that the music is managed
5. Ease of setup and install
6. Based on windows media
3) Reasonable feature mix
4) Low cost!
5) Partial video interlock implementation
In a nut shell it works! And for me, it not only has everything I need in a front end, but also is easy on my carputer resources and is fast. Other front ends may be good, but they are very hard on my CPU and therefore veeeeeeery slow to navigate.
I like the fact that you know what does what
the whole thing inside and out
also i like the extreme skinnability
one thing i dont like though is that the database doesnt pick up all my music
Its free. :)