If you are big music junkie and you need music while browsing, reading, playing a game or typing – you should probably try Spider Player out. This music player for Windows users lets you control the music being played out comfortably.
The interface is not particularly flashy or something spectacular. However, at the same time, it is not bland or boring either. I found the layout to be interesting and the colors are there preventing it from becoming distracting in anyway.
To be honest, the layout is similar to that of Winamp. There are multiple individual windows which snap together for forming a whole. These individual parts can be closed or detached at your will and therefore, it makes way for further customization. For example, if you don’t use equalizer much, is there really any need to keep the same? Just close it and therefore, you will be able to slim things down.
When it comes to the playlist, it is pretty much primitive. Spider Player lacks the generic library feature of all the regular music players and hence you cannot organize the songs played by genre, artist or album. You may find it similar to vanilla Foobar2000 as you will only find playlists.
One thing about Spider Player is there for you to remember. This windows app is pretty old. The last update was pushed out in late 2010 and the time passed away since then is sort of an eternity when it comes to internet. Despite the 3 years of idleness, the feature set that the app has are still comparable to a lot of the modern players and thereby, I would say that the app has been able to keep up with time on somewhat basis.
Spider Player used to be premium program and it used to retail for $20. However, as the app went out of development, all of its features were released for free by the creators. The license key for unlocking all the Pro features is: 27U3Z909I95-KK147A893S4K6Y1M0F-780363812.