A few months back, techieDan introduced a new MP3 player software. If you could recall it’s the TTPlayer 5.5 and now after a few months back, techieDan decided to do another review for it. Well, due to it’s latest new updates and unlike the other previous updates, these time they offer something worth noting.
TTPlayer is now out with version 5.5, after a few weeks in beta. What’s new for this version is that it now looks way better in terms of interface and it now comes along with a few skin. Here’s what it looks like, seems to be in sync with Web 2.0 style like standard.
Amazing, the interface looks so sleek, but that’s not just what techieDan wants talk about. As this player tries to download the latest lyrics from song titles that are shown from its database, the lyrics part received another boost in upgrade.
The lyrics could now be made transparent for it’s background and previously one can set the player to be on the top most layer, now even lyrics have that ability. Here’s the screenshot of it.
Yes, the lyrics are now that big and you can continue doing your work with the lyrics playing for one to see. How cool is that? It’s way cool, there’s an option for one to move it about and locking it in position so that one won’t accidentally click on the lyrics while doing some select drop function.
There are also various functions out there, for example the opacity of the player itself. One can set it from none opacity...
Welcome to the world of the Internet. The world of cyber age. Many have heard of WinAmp and how it started the genre to play mp3 file formats. Then Microsoft started making it’s Windows Media Player to be compatible with mp3 file formats so people can hear their favorite songs on their PC.
Winamp has even came up with a plugin to incorporate lyrics into the songs being played. But now I would like to introduce to you instead another player called TTPlayer. Unlike other MP3 players out there, this have me given it one of the highest ratings due to their incorporation of lyrics.
The automatic download of lyrics from the database and also the usage of smaller memory makes this application one of the most viable choice. The only downside is that the menus are all in Chinese words which would be a hassle for those that are unable to read the language at all. As of date, the current latest version is the new TTPLayer 5.3 Beta. Here is a screenshot of it using one of the skins they provided.
Above all, I will rate this software an excellent 4/5 due to it’s usefulness and how it excels above most other mp3 softwares. Seeing this way though, the only drawback for not getting a perfect 5/5 is due to it’s language barrier. Maybe they might do something to it in the coming future.