Nulloy is a software utility that provides a simple means of listening to songs and saving playlists to the hard drive, with a few clicks.
The upper hand of a portable app
This program is portable and thus, the installation process is no longer a necessity, and it is not going to add any new items to the Windows registry and hard disk without your approval, as installers usually do.
Another important aspect is that it is not going to leave any kind of traces behind on the drive after its removal, and by placing it to a removable data device, you make it possible to run it on any PC you have been granted access to, with just a click of the button.
The interface you come by encompasses a minimal and modern build, which enables you to view a waveform, some playback controls (play, pause, next, previous) and a pane in which to list all uploaded items. It becomes quite clear that it is suitable to all types of users, from beginners to highly experienced people.
Supported file types
This audio player supports import from quite a wide range of file extensions, such as MP3, OGG, MP4, WAM, FLAC, APE, WAV, MPC, AAC, AIFF, M3U, MOD and OPUS. Aside from that, you should know that your playlists can be saved to the HDD in an M3U format.
Show or hide window, repeat songs and customize keyboard shortcuts
You can adjust the volume of the songs, shuffle and repeat them, as well as set the window to always stay on top of other opened apps, sort files according to name or date, load the next file in directory when the current one is finished and show covert art (if it is available). You can toggle window visibility and almost all playback actions have assigned hotkeys, which can also be customized.
All in all, Nulloy is a useful piece of software for playing audio tracks. The interface is appealing and suitable to all types of users, the CPU and memory usage is low, all tasks are performed in due time and we did not detect any crushes or errors.