Winamp, a classic multimedia player, will launch on iOS and Android by year-end.
The iconic multimedia player, Winamp, is gearing up for a launch on Android and iOS, having undergone a period of Beta testing with the aim to go public on both platforms by the end of this year. This news is sure to stir nostalgia among PC users.
According to the parent company of Winamp Player, Llama Group, the brand will be reinvented as a streaming platform for music, podcasts, radio stations, and audiobooks. The press release also mentions that the "Creators" platform of Winamp Player boasts over 17,000 creators, allowing fans to support them through content subscriptions. The company aims to increase the number of creators on the platform to 100,000 by the end of next year. However, the exact release date of the app and its anticipated features were not revealed in the announcement. The company also disclosed plans to introduce NFT features within the next two months.
Official sources indicate that the final mobile version of Winamp Player is planned to be launched by the end of 2023.