Plug and sync with Android, PSP, BlackBerry and Pre devices. Search and buy songs at the Amazon MP3 store. Convert videos to watch on your device.
Play windows media in your QuickTime Player with these components from Flip4Mac, and say goodbye to yet another Microsoft program. Works great.
Open source music and video player works with your current music library, converts and syncs to Android, allows you to buy from Amazon, downloads, plays and converts almost any video, shares media over a network, and features fast torrent downloads.
Movie player based on QuickTime and FFmpeg features high quality captions, playlists, playback controls, full screen mode and simple interface.
Powerful, easy-to-use, beautiful multimedia player works with almost any format. Smooth playback even with full HD. Supports multi-touch, intelligently detects subtitles. I’m content with QuickTime, but those who seek the ultimate video experience may find this more satisfying.
This media player uses all the QuickTime codecs but without the nags. Go beyond what QuickTime can do with plug-ins, including support for DVD.
QuickTime plug-in allows it to play many additional media types.
An open-source, customizable music player under active development. It’s designed to be a non-proprietary, cross platform, extensible tool that enables new ways to playback, manage and discover music.
Open source iTunes alternative music player features on-the-fly queueing, global hotkey search panel and syncing — all wrapped up in a pleasing interface.
It will play just about any kind of video or audio format you can imagine — thus making VLC Player one of the most popular downloads of all. But it has a big rival you might want to consider — MPlayer.
Lightweight, nice-looking music player supports FLAC, MP3, AAC, Musepack, Monkey’s Audio, OGG Vorbis, Apple Lossless, AIFF, WAV, IT, MOD, XM, Games Music and many others. Plus, there are several effects, and you can export to MP3, AAC, WAV and other formats.