Re:AMP
Re:AMP
1.6

4.3

Re:AMP free download for Mac

Re:AMP1.6

29 June 2020

Flexible music player for Mac.

Overview

Re:AMP is a fast, flexible, high-fidelity music player for macOS X, fully written in Swift.

Re:Amp supports a lot of audio formats, custom interfaces called skins from classic Winamp.

Note: While the software is classified as free, it is actually donationware. Please consider making a donation to help support development.

What's new in Re:AMP

Version 1.6:
Fixed
  • Main title display colors on retina display incorrect

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How would you rate Re:AMP app?

3 Reviews of Re:AMP

5
Beamy
14 June 2020
Version: 1.2

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Wow ! Very nice player, I like it a lot. It looks great and works nicely with my music files. Using your own music collection (music files stored on your device) is much better than streaming, because you can listen to that music without an internet connection. Maybe Re:AMP is going to replace iTunes on my Mac ...
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3
kingjj
29 June 2020
Version: 1.6
Hey, it's Win (mac)Amp! Even the old skins work! Unfortunately, work is also what the program needs. Don't try to load a large music folder unless you have 20 minutes to beachball gaze. Playlists (creating and saving) doesn't work. Although, you can load ones generated in other programs. Mouse commands stop working randomly... I'm really surprised this is almost to version 2 because it seems like an alpha. Why the three stars? It's Winamp!
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5
Beamy
14 June 2020
Version: 1.2
Wow ! Very nice player, I like it a lot. It looks great and works nicely with my music files. Using your own music collection (music files stored on your device) is much better than streaming, because you can listen to that music without an internet connection. Maybe Re:AMP is going to replace iTunes on my Mac ...
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5
akabazyl
14 June 2020
Version: 1.2
Good old WinAmp! Works like a charm! What a pity you haven't written it 10 years ago. It's almost useless now due to streaming services dominance. Anyway thank you for nostalgia!
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