by Alex Aranda

A software helping one manage audio for Windows, Mac and Linux

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Alex Aranda

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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aTunes is a powerful multifunctional cross-platform player with music collection organizer and recording capability from Audio-CD. Currently supported formats are mp3, ogg, wav, wma, flac, mp4, ape, mpc, mac, radio streams and podcasts.

aTunes is written in the Java programming language (Java 5), using Swing, which makes the application easily portable.

- mp3 and ogg player;

- reads tags Ogg, ID3v1, ID3v1.1 and ID3v2;

- Tag editor;

- Show pictures for your song: images inside ID3v2 or from a folder;

- Upload and save playlists in m3u format;

- Navigate through songs sorted by tag or folder;

- filters for a quick search;

- songs, albums or artists can be marked as favorites and viewed separately;

- a complete picture with all the controls;

- multiple windows;

- OSD (like amaroK);

- Five languages are supported: English, French, Spanish, Italian and German;

- Use of statistics: Most listened to and most recently listened to song/artist/album;

- icon in the system tray for program management and quick access (for Windows and Linux);

- playlist filter;

- spectral and wave analyzers;

- the support of the people

Seems good to people. The feature that made people like this more then others showing the lyrics of the song being played, that is awesome idea. Sounds better in theory than in practice. Sounds great in two ways(a) seems to get the best out of audio card, and (b)by focusing only on audio features, this player sounds like it can concentrate on doing a handful of things well. I love its audio-only focus but never having mastered a java-based program before, I will only make this got primary music app if the time needed to learn it turns out to be worth it. The architecture behind aTunes fascinate programmers. But as a person just interested in organizing music in a faster manner.
Jamie Genn
aTunes is a free open source audio player and manager for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows. It supports a wide range of audio formats, including MP3, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, AAC, WAV, and more, and can be used to organize and play music files. It also offers a number of powerful features, such as customizable playlists, audio streaming, Internet radio, and more.
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