Basically it's a chiptunes/modules player, the idea being to support as much file formats as possible using available open source librairies.
Currently modizer is in beta testing and support already the following features :
- Large support of AMIGA/PC modules : libmodplug (MOD, S3M, XM, IT, PTM, 669, MED, ...), UADE (nearly all AMIGA module formats).
- AHX/HVL support throught hively player.
- Adlib music support using libadplug.
- Commodore 64 music using libsidplay2resid
- 8/16 bits console music (nes, snes, genesis/megadrive, master system, pcengine, ...) : libGME (Game Music Emulator).
- Playstation 1 (& 2): sexypsf & aosdk. PS2 playback is experimental, ipad is barely meeting the minimum requirement. Iphone playback is too slow.
- Editable playlists support.
- Search features (playlist, local filesystem, modland)
- FTP server : upload/download songs using WIFI
- Visualisers : patterns (modplug only), spectrum analyzers, oscilloscope, beat detection, multiple 3D spectrum, ...
- MODLAND database with access to songs via FTP.
- Web browser with bookmarks support and download capabilities (ftp, http) of compressed files : RAR (including V3), ZIP, GZ, LHA/LZH formats are accepted.
- Editable settings for player behavious & playback libs.
- TTS: song title can be spoken.
- Background playback on iOS 4+.