Alternatives to Xion Audio Player for all platforms with any license

  • GOM Audio icon

    GOM Audio

    GOM Audio is a free audio player designed to make it simple to listen to CDs, MP3s, M4As, and other popular audio formats on your PC. GOM Audio implements many of the features and shortcuts used in GOM Media Player to further...

    Free Windows

  • Napster icon


    Napster is the ultimate digital music service, offering MP3 downloads and unlimited on-demand streaming. Enjoy any track in Napster.s multi-million-song library and discover new music through personalized recommendation tools....

    Commercial Web / Cloud Android iPhone Windows RT Android Tablet Windows Phone ... iPad

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  • Swinsian icon


    Swinsian is a simple music player dedicated to managing music, without the complexity of ebooks, apps, online stores, T.V. shows and movies, with support for formats such as FLAC and Ogg Vorbis, and a simpler interface that fits in...

    Commercial Mac

  • MusiMoods Playlist Creator icon

    MusiMoods Playlist Creator

    MusiMoods is a gorgeous and sophisticated, yet easy-to-use, mood and activity based playlist creator and music player for Macintosh. Simply add your music and select a mood.

    Commercial Mac

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Xion Audio Player Comments

Lovely little player - highly recommended 1 Helpful

Positive Comment by shnbwmn
about Xion Audio Player and foobar2000 Apr 2016

Whilst Foobar2000 is and will continue to be my main audio player, Xion is a great little alternative, or even companion. It's sound output is fantastic, looks great, uses very little resources, and is designed specifically to be a tray-type player as opposed to a full-blown desktop app. It has some nifty settings here and there, like pitch-shifting, PSD skinning, changing the hue of the interface with a simple slider, and changing the window to be either a little strip along your taskbar or a multi-panel interface with playlists, library, visualisations, etc. I personally like using the strip view together with "Always on top."