Winamp Pro lands on Android Market


Nullsoft, the developers behind the wildly popular Winamp music player, have released a Pro version app to the Market.

The app itself is simply a key that unlocks the Pro features of the regular app. Alternatively, you could purchase the pro features via an in-app purchase.

The pro version adds the following features:

* 10-band graphic equalizer

* Customizable home screen

* Browse by Folder

* Crossfade

* Gapless playback

* Support for FLAC playback in Folders View (lossless audio playback)

* Replay Gain

* Personalized station recommendations

* Play any streaming audio URL (supported formats only)

* No ads

Are you a Winamp or Winamp Pro user? Do you have an alternative audio app as your go to music solution? Let us know in the comments below!

Raveesh Bhalla
Multifaceted too the highest degree: I'm the co-founder of Apps Culture (an app development studio), an amateur golfer, former sport-blogger, now a tech blogger. And all this, while pursuing an undergrad degree in Computer Science in India.

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  1. some old news?

    1.  Maybe they missed the memo?

  2. I’m a huge Winamp fan, but haven’t seen the need to go with the Pro version. PowerAmp is pretty neat, but the features are overwhelming.  Both seem to eat a ton of battery with Winamp eating less.

  3. I already use Poweramp for locally stored music, and this can’t top it yet, so I’ll wait.  

  4. Power amp is the only music player for android, and it eats way less battery than other apps.

    1. Ya but shoutcast is an awesome feature to have :)

  5. Quickly glancing at the orange icon, the thought of media management arose, and I clicked the article, only to be dissapointed…..I thought it was about a VLC player for android….also has a orange icon and relates to media……stupid brain linking winamp to vlc >.<
    :PWill they ever release the VLC app for android?

  6. as long as there is no way for third parties to implement Google Music into their apps….I will be stuck with Google Music. I prefer PowerAmp but having my whole library of music accessible over 3G is killer.

  7. Poweramp fan from the start – Winamp would have to be much better to convince me to change!

  8. I think PowerAmp is still the best Android music app. I use a Google Music importer to bring in my music from Google Music, since I dislike their app, but like the service. Used to use Winamp on my PCs exclusively, but it can’t compare to PowerAmp for Android

  9. For the computer, Winamp is all I use, but until someone can implement Google music into their app, theyre pissin in the wind.

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