A program specifically designed to play audio files on Linux, yPlay is a basic media player application. This application brings back the ease and simplicity of use that several media players lack today.
- Simple Interface: It is easy to follow and to understand. From the interface, the creation of playlists is possible in the playing interface as well as searching for a specific media file at any moment. Thanks to the advanced filtering technology, the best results are guaranteed.
- The filter built into the main screen: indeed, users have to filter built into the main screen just by double-clicking the track they want, close the player to the system tray and that is all. If you do not want to listen to the next track, there is a system tray icon that can skip, pause, play, etc.
- 'Memstick' or similar playlists: for that you just have to drag your favourite tracks to that folder. When you have enough disc space, select all the tracks and right-click any one. Then, after that, choose 'Copy selected files to...' and specify your mp3 player's drive letter in the dialog box. After that, your mp3 player will contain all the selected tracks after you have make room on the mp3 player first...
- Speak all controls aloud is also possible as you move the mouse over them but for this one, you need the MS Speech API installed for this.
- XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7
- Multiple playlists and a light, clean interface
- Very minimal system resources
- No equalizer
Latest update on Tuesday August 14, 2012 08:40:46 AM