How appropriate that it is the Halloween season. TechCrunch reported that we should see a new version of the 21-year old Winamp media player next year. I still use Winamp to play our MP3 "jukebox" while in the office. I've never been a fan of iTunes and the Windows media player is a pain to navigate. Winamp was originally developed by AOL and was purchased by Radionomy in 2014.
Alexandre Saboundjian, CEO of Radionomy said, "There will be a completely new version next year, with the legacy of Winamp but a more complete listening experience. You can listen to the MP3s you may have at home, but also to the cloud, to podcasts, to streaming radio stations, to a playlist you perhaps have built." According to TechCrunch, we should see a new 5.8 release this week. Winamp 6 should be released in 2019.
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