Windows users who’re in search for a better alternative to the native Windows Media Player have a bunch of great audio players to choose from. A quick search on Google reveals that WinAmp, foobar2000, and DOM are the popular ones.
While WinAmp, foobar2000, and other popular audio players sport a simple interface, they do support customizing the interface by installing new skins, though. Plenty of skins out there to enhance the default look of foobar200 and WinAmp.
If you’re looking for an audio player with decent set of features with a stunning interface, then you must try out Mirro Player. The default look of the player is so gorgeous that you might not want to revert to those popular players.
Mirro is a simple audio player for XP, Vista, and Windows 7 with a stunning interface. It sports an awesome Aero skin which looks great on Vista and Windows 7 editions that support Aero theme. As mentioned before, the Mirro player doesn’t come with so many options to tweak the default interface and player settings.
You can see shuffle, repeat, exit and minimize buttons along with previous, next and pause/resume buttons. Click on the blue music icon to browse and play an audio file. It support most of the popular audio formats, including MP3, WMA, and AAC. However, it lacks a good library, equalizer, and advanced controls.
Install Mirro player only if you need a good-looking music player as this player doesn’t come with features that you can find in other popular players. If you need a powerful player with tons of options Mirro isn’t for you.
This is possibly the most beautiful music player I have ever seen! I wish we had an option to port Mirror interface to WinAmp or foobar2000.