n7player Music Player is a relatively new media player alternative for Windows Phone and Windows 8 devices. The app is still in the Beta stages but offers gesture-based controls, support for multiple playlists, access to your full music library and more.
The n7player usually runs $1.99 in the Windows Phone Store or Windows Store with a trial version available as well. However, over the next twenty-four hours you can pick up n7player free through the myAppFree campaign. In just tinkering with n7player this morning, it comes across as an interesting music player, maybe a touch on the basic side but, worth giving a try.
Some of the key features of n7player include:
- Plays all major file formats including mp3, wav, mp4, wma, ogg, and aac. It also plays flac, 3gp and amr files, which is supported from Windows 10
- Automatic album art downloader
- Artist surface - unique and intuitive way of browsing your music
- Gesture controlled, one of a kind multi-touch user interface with all your music available at your fingertips
- Last.fm Scrobbling - activate it in settings and login
- Easy accessible currently playing song
- Fully supported Side-By-Side view
- Easy playlist creation - just save your queue as playlist
- Manage your playlists - create, edit, save
- Quick Search - with content filtering
- Innovative and pixel-perfect design
- Integration with system media controller
- Classic Music Library - filter your music by artists, albums, or tracks
n7player is also Windows 10 Technical Preview ready and offers language support for English, Polish, Spanish, French, Italian, Russian, Portuguese and German. The developer does note that n7player is still in the Beta stages with new features in the works. Based on the change log listed in the Windows Phone Store, the developers have been busy updating and improving things.
If you are in the market for an alternative to the native Windows Phone music player, n7player may be a music player right up your alley. Being a myAppFree Deal now would be the time to give it a try and save a little along the way. The deal is good for the next twenty-four hours and instead of paying $1.99, you can get n7player free for both Windows Phone and Windows 8.
If you try n7player, let us know what you think of the music player in the comments below.
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