Treble adjustment, stereo eXpansion, mono mixing, balance, crossfade. plays songs from folders and from own library, dynamic queue.lyrics support. support for m3u, m3u8, pls, wpl playlists. OpenGL based cover art animation. 4 configurable widget types. configurable lock screen with optional Direct Unlock. headset support, automatic Resume on headset and BT connection (can be disabled in settings, scrobbling, fast library scan, high level of customization via settings.
Monocle app turns your phone into a magnifying glass. You do not need more to carry a magnifying glass. If the force of magnification is not enough, click on the icon 'photo'. A new window opens with a frozen image. By gestures the image can be scaled in a very wide range.
Books & Reference
This drama is one of the great tragedy themed plays by William Shakespeare. Timon of Athens is a man who enjoys pleasing his friends and he does this by lavishing gifts on them. His friends rush to gain his favour. They buy him small gifts and he repays them with big gifts. He ignores the warnings about false friends from the philosopher Apemantus and his extravagance catches up with him in the end and he is faced with unpaid bills. His friends ignore his requests for help. He sends invitations to the Athenians to a banquet and uses the occasion to berate them for being false and he then leaves Athens. Timon then discovers gold and becomes rich once again and befriends General Alcibiades who has also been treated badly by the Athenians. He provides the money for the General to wage war against the Athenians and seek revenge for their falseness.