KeyMusic Alternatives

    KeyMusic is described as 'lets your keyboard playing music when typing, just for entertainment, girls or children might like it. it is very easy to use, just install and run it, your keyboard will sing while you typing'. There are more than 50 alternatives to KeyMusic for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Linux, Mac, Android and BSD. The best alternative is foobar2000, which is free. Other great apps like KeyMusic are AIMP (Free), Strawberry (Free, Open Source), Clementine (Free, Open Source) and Winamp (Freemium).

    This page was last updated Dec 1, 2021

    1. MOC (music on console) is a console audio player for LINUX/UNIX designed to be powerful and easy to use.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Android
      • iPhone
      • Self-Hosted
      • SparkyLinux
      • Raspberry Pi
      • UDOO
      Volumio is a free and Open Source Linux Distribution, designed and fine-tuned exclusively for music playback. It runs on a variety of devices, typically small and cheap computers like the Raspberry PI, but also on low power PCs, notebooks or thin clients.
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    2. With over 1 billion DivX Software downloads, and more than 1.5 billion devices licensed for DivX playback, DivX pioneered the digital video experience. Play DivX, AVI, MKV and HEVC files in up to 4K quality. Get Ready for Grove
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    3. Music is the new GNOME music playing application. It aims to combine an elegant and immersive browsing experience with simple and straightforward controls.
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      • Windows
      • Online
      • Android
      • iPhone
      • Windows S
      • Android Tablet
      • Windows Phone
      • iPad
      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.
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    4. VUPlayer is a freeware multi-format audio player for Windows 7 SP1 or later. Gracenote functionality requires an internet connection. Audioscrobbler functionality requires an internet connection and a Last.fm account.
    5. Boom is an easy to use audio player intended for casual computer users who do not wish to spend their time on figuring more sophisticated software out. All of its most important features are easily accessible out-of-the-box.
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    6. 1by1 is a small, fast and handy audio player which is not only small: it provides a smart and versatile environment to handle your file collection and listen to your tracks - with no need to fuddle with playlists or media databases.
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    7. My main audio player for many years has been, and will remain, foobar, but there are some times when I just want a simple “load’n'play” type of player. An application that comes very close is Billy.
      • FreeOpen Source
      • Linux
      JuK is an audio jukebox application, supporting collections of MP3, Ogg Vorbis, and FLAC audio files. It allows you to edit the "tags" of your audio files, and manage your collection and playlists. It's main focus, in fact, is on music management.
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