Winyl is a simple-to-use audio player that also provides numerous file organizing features. This makes it a great solution for music library management purposes as well. It will not only help you listen to songs and other audio files, but it will also help you categorize, sort, and organize your music collections.
Though quite easy to use thanks to its neat and straightforward interface, Winyl is also packed with numerous handy additional features such as the possibility to listen to online radio stations, a function that enables you to rate your favorite tracks, a playlist creation and management feature, support for browsing song lyrics, a nice tag editor, and many other more.
I also like a lot that this tool quickly organizes your music files by itself, without requiring much interaction from the users. It's enough to provide the folders where the sound files are located, and the program will take care of the rest (classify them by genre and other criteria, create playlists, etc.).
Another cool feature of Winyl is that it will create automatically a specific type of playlists (the so-called “smartlists”) based on interesting criteria, like 50 random songs, 5 random albums, your most recently played songs, the 25 most played tracks, the 25 top-rated songs, music from the 90's, and so on.
Last but not least, Winyl supports all the popular audio file formats, including MP3, OGG, WMA, M4A, MPC, APE, FLAC, etc. Since it's also completely free, I can only recommend this tool with all my heart, as it's a great audio player and music organizer that offers a lot of cool things and comes with no traceable drawback.
- Neat and simple interface.
- Includes a tag editor.
- Can play radio streams.
- Supports many audio file formats.
- The interface is skinnable