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The popular music and video player has avoided an early retirement through a deal in which it changes hands from AOL to Radionomy.
AOL is selling the popular video and music player to online radio station aggregator Radionomy, says TechCrunch.
There's no need to lament the loss of Winamp thanks to this touching tribute app made by Spotify.
A Windows app gives an old-school interface to the streaming-media service. Don't expect full-on MP3 playback support, though.
Will the popular video and music player be saved at the last moment? A deal with parent company AOL to sell the software may be in the works, reports TechCrunch.
Ecoute offers a simple, attractive alternative for Macs and iPhones to Apple's 800-pound-gorilla media player, while MediaMonkey lets you manage your iTunes tracks and other media files in Windows via an Explorer-like interface.
Mundu for Android offers an intuitive interface for accessing Shoutcast's vast array of Internet radio stations, as well as some useful features--for free. But all is not roses.
There are kinks to be ironed out, but Skifta holds some promise for streaming photos, videos, and music to your iOS device from remote sources.
Aha by Harman continues to grow in relevance with new partnerships with automakers and content providers.