Finebits brings Sonca media player to Windows 10 Mobile (yes, you read that right)

Windows 10 Mobile isn't exactly what you'd call alive nowadays, but for those who are still sticking around, there's a new media player in town. Sonca, a universal media player released by Finebits in October, now supports Windows 10 Mobile, making it truly universal across all Windows 10 platforms.

Sonca works with any local music, movies, clips, and audiobooks you have stored on your phone or PC, automatically organizing your tracks and information. In addition to local storage, however, Sonca can connect to cloud services like Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive, where you might have more of your media stored.

The app supports Windows Timeline and Continuum, and supports PCs. For devices, HoloLens, Surface Hub, Xbox One, and, now, Windows 10 Mobile are all supported.

Sonca is currently on sale for $2, down from its usual $8 price tag. Finebits has also provided a limited set of promotional codes for Windows Central readers to snag the app for free.

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