If you had a PC and you listened to MP3s in the late 90s, chances are you managed your playlists with Winamp. Since then, Nullsoft sold Winamp to AOL (the parent company of TechCrunch) for $80 million and online music has changed quite a bit, but there was always something reassuring about the fact that Winamp was still hanging in there. So much for that. Winamp is shutting down.
Do you know Winamp? Yes, now Winamp, the most popular Windows mp3 player is now available for Android platform. If you are HTC Gratia users, you can freely download and install Winamp for your Android phone easily. Winamp for Android comes with a pretty simple user interface and combined with many features such as shoutcast [...]
Here's a little background: I use WinAmp as my media player. In WinAmp, I have two Mumford and Sons albums. I want to add one of the albums to my Amazon Cloud Drive, so I went searching for it this evening. I cannot find this album anywhere. It shows up in WinAmp, as well as Amazon MP3, Google Music, and the default Motorola music player, but I cannot find the files.