After the revolutionary Kazaa, LimeWire, and Napster movement of free peer-to-peer music downloads gave way, other less effective imitating software was developed. However, this isn’t one of them. With this desktop app (compatible with Windows XP/2003/Vista) you’ll be able to listen to millions of songs for free with the aid of a few keys and clicks.
How Is This Possible?
With Muziic, a free online music player that allows you to access millions of songs free of charge, you won’t get into trouble for it because unlike Napster was at one point, it’s completely legal. This app enables you to search through a wide variety of songs in a music catalog that showcases all types of genres all the way from classical hits to hip-hop or R&B.
You’re also able to view small clips that are associated with the song of your choice, courtesy of YouTube.
It might seem a lot to take in at first once you open the user-interface, however you’ll come to find out that it’s pretty easy to search and listen to tracks once you get the hang of it.
The first thing you have to do is open up Muziic, then once you see the following window pop-up you’ll know that everything is in place.
As soon as the complete Muziic player window opens then you can scroll through the list of genres all the way to the left side of your window. You can open up a genre and view songs that have been previously uploaded by other users by simply clicking on its name.
Once you’ve browsed through the list and found songs you want to listen to, just click on the plus sign next to the song and it will be instantly added to your playlist.
Now in order to play the songs in your play list all you have to do is double click on the song and it will begin to load and play on the music player at the top left hand corner.
The End of Our Small Journey
Muziic player also allows you to configure the quality of your songs depending on your Internet connection speed by clicking on the Settings tab and choosing between Standard and HQ Stereo (HQ Stereo requires faster speeds).
There were a few things I wasn’t too fond of. It doesn’t have the option to listen to radio stations like you can with Last.fm or Spotify. I also found no easy way to manage the playlist or quickly browse through it as well.
However, once you take all of these things into consideration and the fact that it’s a free music player you’ll see past a few of the drawbacks (since you can’t have everything) and you can begin to enjoy free music with Muziic.
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