So as a few may know, I use propriety applications instead of the standard applications that come with my laptop due to the standard applications lacking major amounts of functionality.
When I was in High School, I was introduced to a media player – AIMP2. was quite in its late stages at that time – being 2010 they were ready to start beta for AIMP3. I got accustomed to AIMP2 before hearing that the AIMP development team were stopping development.
November 2010 came around, and I downloaded the first version of AIMP3. When it opened up, it looked something like this:
Recently, I’ve been going through its themes section, and stumbled across a Winamp-Themed skin. Being an avid fan of Winamp (which sadly got bought out, but it’s still downloadable from the WinAmp forums), I downloaded the skin, which can be found here. Here’s how it looks:
Very nicely done, and really well managed with the system. it even has what Pandemic Theme has – a docked toolbar. but taking it one step further – by putting it as a double-docked toolbar, you’re able to adjust practically everything inside AIMP3 from the docked-toolbar mode.
If you’d like, you can download AIMP3 here (from the official site). It even has the Beta program, which has a possibility of being unstable and in my previous experience – has memory leaks. I’d recommend the stable version.
I’ll provide updates once AIMP3 updates again.