WinVibe music player for Windows Mobile
Okay, it's official. There's no reason to use the mobile version of Windows Media Player, and there's no reason to pay for an alternative program.
Sure, you could pick up a first class commercial product like Conduits Pocket Player or 40th Floor's iPlay (worst customer service ever). But with free programs like MortPlayer and GSPlayer I've never seen the need to spend money.
The newest kid on the block is WinVibe, an amazingly versatile little player out of Korea (while the download link is in Korean, all the program menus are in English). There's a VGA version available as well.
WinVibe supports MP3, OGG, WMA, ASF, and WAV playback, which places it at or near the top of the heap when it comes to Windows Mobile music players. Those level meters you see, they work. There's also a working equalizer spectrum.
You also get a nice playlist manager, sleep timer, button mapping, support for HTTP and SHOUTcast streams and playback speed changing.
There are some nice sound effects, including bass boost, 3d chorus, surround sound, reverb, and echo. It even recognizes that I'm running it on a Dell Axim X50v, which has hardware support for bass and treble boosting, as well as a 3D audio setting. On the downside, it takes a long time to load large music folder and playlists, and WinVibe appears to use more CPU than MortPlayer. I also like MortPlayer because of its support for audiobooks and bookmarks.
Source : http://www.downloadsquad.com