There's no question that iTunes dealt some heavy blows to WinAmp over the years. But with a new Android app that aims to manage music between the smartphone and a computer, perhaps it's time for WinAmp to make a comeback.
WinAmp for Android is out of beta, TechCrunch reports. In addition to music playback and download management, the MP3 player now supports wireless syncing to the desktop and Shoutcast radio stations.
In fairness, WinAmp hasn't been living in total obscurity. It currently has 60 million users, says TechCrunch, but only 5 percent of them are in the United States. This was once the most popular program for listening to MP3s.
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