Android: MediaMonkey, one of our favourite desktop music players, has released an early beta of its Android app. It's packed with all of the features you would expect for a mobile music player, including audio and video support, podcast support, category navigation and a car-friendly UI. It even supports Wi-Fi syncing if you use MediaMonkey for Windows.
The Android app is missing features like multi-directory support, but it's a solid music player that can only improve from here. The app already has a great UI that makes it easy to find tracks by genre, artist, album or track name. The UI also supports gestures, so you can use it without looking at the screen. If you sync with the desktop version of MediaMonkey, you get playlists, play counts, date added and all the other metadata the desktop app saves.
The MediaMonkey team chose to unveil the beta in their closed forums, but posted about it on Reddit to widen the audience a bit. Hit the link below for direct download links, as well as links to download the updated Windows client if you want it.