With so many players available on the market today, choosing one that is right for you is no easy task. Some players are based on engines that produce better sound quality, but lack a decent interface. Some boast extremely good looks, but their playback leaves much to be desired. Finding a compromise between functionality, interface design and audio quality is the ultimate accomplishment for any music lover, so if you consider yourself to be one, Stoffi Music Player may well become your number one player!
Stoffi Music Player is an absolutely free, yet beautiful and feature-loaded audio player. Offering a modern interface that blends in perfectly with the UI of Windows 7, it is easy to use and a pleasure to look at. The software comes as a super-compact (just 5 MB) package that deploys into a self-sufficient player that requires absolutely no libraries, frameworks or other additional components. Stoffi Music Player automatically scans your system for music files and organizes them into a collection that is easy to navigate and search. Moreover, the player enables you to search Vimeo and view your favorite videos without leaving the program, provides access to your playback history, queues tracks for playback and comes with a functional equalizer with an echo effect. When a new version of the player comes out, it automatically updates in the silent background mode, so you always have the most stable and functional version of the program without making a single click.
Stoffi Music Player is just the right player for most music fans — balanced, producing excellent sound quality and, most importantly — absolutely free!
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