If you’re of a certain age, chances are you’ll remember using Winamp as your digital music player/ripper on a desktop back in the day. Time has moved on, but 80 million people are still addicted to the program.
Winamp returned back in March but as a seller of NFTs, so you’re forgiven for not noticing. This new pivot, however, may warrant giving Winamp another look.
The relaunched Winamp will be an aggregator of streaming music services, podcasts, and radio stations. This will save users having to look around for all the different apps and then starting them individually. Everything will be consolidated on one dashboard.
This will be especially helpful for people who have subscriptions to multiple streaming services. If you can afford it, there are good reasons to have subs to Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and YouTube Music. You might even want to add Tidal and SoundCloud into the mix. It would be nice to have them all in one place, wouldn’t it? Add in access to online radio and podcasts and you have a handy little thing.
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