If you enjoy listening to music online, then you probably have used music players before. Obviously, before you can play any type of audio file, you will need to have one. This article will discuss where you can find music players, whether it be for use while you're online or when you do not have an Internet connection.
If you would like to be able to listen to music on the web, then this is the section that you should read. Grooveshark Grooveshark is a great choice for listening to music online. Additionally, they supply all of the songs that you need to listen to, so it's fine if you have not yet purchased the music. It is an on-demand streaming service, in which the user can search for a song, and readily find it on the site's database. Note that in some countries, the site is in a "grey area" in terms of legality. Therefore, always be sure to research on your local laws. Google Music As a project of Beta, Google Music is a free service provided by Google. It is an online music management tool, and it lets you to listen to your music on-demand. It comes with a free "starter pack" of songs, and allows you to upload an unlimited amount of songs. Note that currently, you will need to get an invitation to be able to use this service.
If you already have the music files on your computer and wish to listen to your songs without an Internet connection, then you should read this section. Windows Media Player If you own a PC, then it most likely, already comes with Windows Media Player. This is a free program from Microsoft, and if any of your songs are copyright protected in any way (WMA Digital Rights Management), then chances are that you will need this program installed to be able to play them. Benefits This tool from Microsoft cannot only play your whole music library, but it can also organise your whole library and can act as a movie and video viewer. It supports many types of music tagging, provides album artwork and great visualisations to the music that you listen to.