Winyl 3.0.1

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Winyl is a free digital audio player and music library application for organizing and playing audio on Windows. Winyl offers great new ways to organize and enjoy all your music. Listen to music and radio, rate your favorite tracks, create playlists, browse song lyrics, tag music, all of this is very simple in Winyl. Winyl uses the least system resources, it starts and working very fast. It's the best choice for a laptop or netbook. Winyl is very easy to use, it has intuitive and powerful user interface. Just install and try it out. Winyl is absolutely free.

Winyl  features:

  • Manage 100,000+ files in your music collection without sacrificing performance.
  • Play all popular audio file formats: MP3, OGG, WMA, M4A, MPC, APE, FLAC, etc.
  • Built-in popular radio stations: Pop, Rock, Classical, Electronic, Comedy, etc.
  • Song lyrics with automatic retrieving lyrics from the Internet.
  • Powerful tag editor with support of lyrics, album art and multiple values in tags.
  • Gapless playback, WASAPI and ASIO audio outputs for best sound quality.
  • Easy to use smart playlists: dynamic, based on tags and ratings, lists of tracks/albums.
  • 5 built-in skins to choose more convenient the player interface for you.
  • Very fast search in your audio library regardless of the number of tracks.
  • Organize music in your audio library with a powerful, intuitive interface.

What's new in this version:

  • Fixed crash when reading MP3 files with corrupted tags.

Download: Winyl  3.0.1 | 2.4 MB (Freeware)
Download: Portable Winyl  3.0.1 | 2.6 MB
Download: Winyl  Skins
View: Winyl Homepage

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Usually I'm not impressed by Media Players as I totally love the simplicity of Foobar, but Winyl is really great! Responsive, fast search, WASAPI support and a clean interface which just works / feels natural. Best of all, portable too! I can see myself switching to Winyl. Thanks for sharing!

Less than 3MBs download, ~10MB RAM usage, supports more file formats than iTunes, has some integrated radio channels. Wynil is pretty badass and, though I'd surely miss iTunes' Podcast features, I can find that elsewhere and switch to this.