Did iTunes kill WinAmp?
Just a thought. In the last year or so, I found myself using iTunes more often than before mainly because I also listen to podcasts along with my iPod Nano’s playlist.
Ten years ago, when I first found out about WinAmp, it rocked. One of the top apps I would install on a new PC would be WinAmp. Now, I don’t even see it installed on my laptop. iTunes just ruled that area seconded by Windows Media Player 11.
The last time I remember using WinAmp was when I installed a plugin in it allowing me to download MP3s from my old iPod to my desktop PC.
I guess it goes with the fact that people who have iPods will heavuly rely on iTunes to manage their media files rather than sticking with their old WinAmp player.
Now, if WinAmp could do something to manage my iPod the same way as iTunes, I would gladly switch back.
Anybody else still using WinAmp?