Play

Version: 0.3 || Release Date: 2007-12-09 || License: Freeware Developer: sbooth | App Owner: sbooth

Play is an application for playing and managing audio files.

Play currently supports playback of FLAC, Ogg Vorbis, Musepack, WavPack, Monkey's Audio, AAC, Apple Lossless, MP3 and various other audio file formats.

For lossless formats such as FLAC and WavPack, and for Ogg Vorbis and specially-tagged MP3 files, Play supports gapless playback allowing sample-accurate audio reproduction.

Play's powerful searching and organizational features make finding music a snap! Play's integrated browser allows you to easily locate tracks in your library grouped by artist, album, composer, or genre, while smart playlists create unlimited ways to combine your music.

Need to make changes to your audio files' metadata? No problem! Play has a powerful integrated metadata editor that allows multiple files to be edited at once, even if the files are in different formats.

Never touch your volume control again! Play supports replay gain, allowing files to play at a constant volume despite inherent differences in their loudness.

Play is integrated with the official Last.fm client, so you can share your listening habits with everyone. Consider joining the Play Users group!

Play is free software released under the GNU General Public License (GPL).

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13 Opinions

Cog and Play are two different applications from two different developers, they are just hosted on the same site.

Follow the link to read the original forum post by sbooth about that
http://sbooth.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=673

@cbserra :
Good question!
Well... At least the interface is different. (I prefer the Cog one.) But, apart from that, I also cannot find big differences between Play and Cog.
Maybe the developer could explain...

What is the real difference between this and Cog (the other audio player that sbooth.org is developing)?

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