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Spotiamp Will Keep Winamp Alive Forever

It’s Winamp, Spotified.

Spotiamp Will Keep Winamp Alive Forever
[Images courtesy of Spotiamp; Flickr user Jon Bragg]

Winamp, the legendary music player, may or may not die on December 20 after a 15-year run. If it does, Spotify is making sure you won’t miss it.

The streaming service has released Spotiamp, a music player that looks exactly like the third-generation Winamp player for Windows. The program will play all your Spotify playlists, search for music, and use Shoutcast to play music on speakers, all in classic Winamp style. The caveat? You need a $9.99 per month Spotify Premium subscription to use it, which is chump change if you’re a die-hard Winamp fan.

Just in case Winamp is actually discontinued today, make sure you sign this petition for AOL to open-source it.

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Pranav Dixit has written about everything from megalomaniacal Bollywood stars to Mughal history as a reporter in New Delhi. But secretly, he has always wanted to cover technology.



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