Oct 21st, 2010

WinAmp – the popular desktop music player that’s been around since, well, forever – is headed to Android and has just entered public beta. Many are satisfied with the default music playing experience, but WinAmp may just have enough features starting out to pull a good chunk of you away from your comfort zones. In this initial release, the biggest standouts are the ability to sync the library on your desktop to your phone over WiFi or USB and Last.fm scrobbling ability. Everything else is business as usual, but more features are in development, says WinAmp. Responding to a comment regarding SHOUTcast streaming, they had this to say:


SHOUTcast and other features are in development. Stay tuned :)

We’ll definitely be tuned in for what’s in store. For now, go ahead and give the beta a spin for yourself by scanning the QR code below. You can also find it by searching for “WinAmp” in the Android market.


[WinAmp via AndroidPolice]