Andrew Neal has released a public beta of CyanogenMod Music mobile app designed for the Android Ice Cream Sandwich based devices.
This app would be part of the Cyanogenmod 9 which it is released for Android devices in the coming months.
The app would also be available directly from the Google Android Market. For now, you would have to download the APK file manually to install it.
The developer spoke about the app:
The app comes with a degree of customization that you won’t find in any other Music app, or possibly, in any app. You can shop the Android Market for the currently playing song at the push of a button, share what track you’re listening to with all your social outlets, set your favorite song as ring tones, delete unwanted tracks, and search your music from anywhere in the app. The Music app also comes with native Shake and Flip actions. Quickly play and pause your music by flipping your phone face down, then back up again. You can customize the Shake Action to control you music in more detail. Both of these actions run in the background and can be used no matter where you are in your phone. There are also several other customizations and features that I’m sure you’ll find fun and useful.