Review: Motorola Titanium
The Titanium uses the stock Android music player. The only way to get music onto the Titanium is to sideload it via USB, or put it directly on the microSD card. Once music is loaded, you can sort through Artists, Albums, Genres, and Songs. I couldn't find any special features or functions in the music app.
If you're looking to stream music to the Titanium, forget it. Over iDEN, it just isn't worth it. I tried using Pandora, and it was useless. The same goes for making music purchases. There's no music-purchasing software on board to begin with, so you'd have to download something, first. The thought of downloading an MP3 file via iDEN makes me want to poke myself in the eye. Reserve any network-dependent music activities for when you have a nice, strong WI-Fi connection.
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Video that is captured by or sideloaded to the Titanium is played back via the gallery application. It is serviceable, though not exactly feature rich.
The only other video tool on board is the stock YouTube video app. It works over iDEN, barely. Video playback is choppy and stuttery. Again, stick to Wi-Fi if you want to stream video content.
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