Neo MP3 Player
Although you can easily access all forms of entertainment with only a few mouse clicks, you still need specialized applications is order to enjoy them while offline. Several heavy players on the market managed to make a name for themselves, raising the stakes for others like Neo MP3 Player.
Several different skins to apply
After only a few seconds in the application you get acquainted with what it has to offer thanks to the intuitive design. The default skin is just right to get you familiar, with several other unique styles you can apply to make it better blend in with your desktop.
Load playlists and create new ones
In terms of features, the application can do quite a lot besides simply offering feedback from an audio file. One of the most important, which makes it a proper media player is the playlist manager. It is capable of importing common formats like PLS and M3U, with the possibility to create custom ones, with a few sorting options.
Large variety of audio effects
On the other hand, sound you hear can be enhanced or completely altered. An implemented equalizer, equipped with common and popular presets lets you adjust sound according to your environment. What's more, a handful of sliders that modify reverb, distortion and echo, let you give songs a completely new feel.
Furthermore, plunging even closer towards being a successful application of its kind, you can also enable a shuffle and repeat option, as well as a customizable crossfade timer. For increased comfort, the application can be sent to the system tray. Unfortunately, there are no customizable hotkeys, but you can enable several buttons on the taskbar to act as playback controls.
To end with
All in all, Neo MP3 Player is packed with potential and all it needs to be a suitable alternative to popular and commonly used audio players. There's little the application can't do, with various skins for visual customization, a staggering amount of effects and equalizer presets, low resource consumption, as well as a clever implementation of taskbar playback buttons make it worth at least a try.