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1.2.4176 RC3 (Jun 9, 2011)
Well, I have tried them' all ... I used songbird for a while. Like the features and look, but thought it was patchy. Then I found MusicBee! Ten times more features, everything you could wish for really, and more. Works flawlessly and sounds great. If all software could be that well developed ... Bravo to the developer(s) and keep up with with the fantastic work!
0.4.154.18 Beta (Nov 13, 2008)
I was expecting more from google, all i got is a fancy browser with fancy tab effects, without even a descent side bar for displaying bookmarks at all time. Not mentioning the data reporting thing. It is not portable either (although there is an unofficial portable version: Iron). All in one, google has adopted the Microsoft approach: makes a product that pleases the masses, not bothering making it good.
Even if i grow bored of Firefox because each release is more bloated than the previous one, I wont change for somethign worse.
2.5 (Nov 12, 2008)
slick, simple, PORTABLE, FREE and does the job very well. I am no expert when it comes to remote desktop application, and I have craved for a simple-to-use-yet-functional software for doing so, and i think I just found it. Now i can help granny to sort out her computer!! cool
2.3.9 (Nov 5, 2008)
well a 5 partially because it pisses me off to see people writing "good but does not have this or this and I would like to see this bla bla". This player may not have all the features of all the music player altogether, but it has many that other don't. To start with it is portable, and i wish more developers would make their apps portable. It is a prehistoric approach to coding to write all over C and in the registry.
Apart from this, the player is nicely thought, and nicely implemented. You don't like the default skin, choose the second on installed. At least the developer had the taste of putting two skins with different graphic feel to them. you dont like the color, change the hue setting and you get any color you want. Then the radio feature works flawlessly. Favorite is simple but very usable. Format conversion and CD ripping is nice in the pro version (you can rip to flac). it displays audio quality where it should be: in the main GUI, it has a ten band equalizer etc etc. I didn't even start using all the features of this player yet.
What I would like to see (or to know how to do) is to be able to display track data in the playlist (like album, kbps, etc).
Thanks and keep up with the excellent work!
3.0 Beta 2 (Aug 7, 2008)
Let me be clear. I am rating the software, and not the fact that it is free (otherwise, please add one star!)
was very competitive prior to office 2007 (and believe me, i really wasn't a Microsoft office fan). Now it looks like an old-looking out-of-time software again. Despite a high level of functionality, accessibility and usability are poor in my opinion.
Too bad they didn't use the jump to V3 to release a really new product.