STP MP3 player

STP MP3 player

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system tray based MP3 player STP (SysTrayPlay) is a small MP3 player that runs at the system tray. It does not come with fancy graphical effects but offers a variety of very useful and convenient features that are quickly accessible from it's tray icon. You can browse your playlist right from the tray menu and select a track to be played, scan your drive for MP3s, shuffle, repeat etc. as well as the option to define an action to perform once the album has finished playing. Additional features include CDDB support, an equalizer, a simple playlist editor and several advanced option. STP MP3 player takes minimal space and processor time. A very lean and but quiet powerful MP3 player, give it a try! Copyright

Product Details

Publisher Mickael Sebire Price Free
Version 1.0 final Last updated Apr 04, 2001
File Size 209 Kb Requirements None

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Old but useful 5 stars by gimpguy Apr 05, 2013 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
It's a real shame there haven't been any updates I've seen on this player, it's actually far more in-depth than what you would believe yet very simple at the same time. It can simply stay hidden in the system tray or a slim bar on the desktop, can be controlled by mouse clicks, very nice. Scan your drives and folders, add playlists, all the extras. In truth the interface could use a lot of updating, but it still works. I can't say anything really bad about this. show Review details
Nifty mp3 player! 5 stars by yassertariq Oct 28, 2007 (Read all my 90 reviews)
It doesn't have the hullabaloo of the mainstream media players, but it manages to play mp3s with the minimum load on resources. It's a great piece of "Russian" coding, go give it a try. show Review details
Love it 5 stars by ericez26 Dec 04, 2006 (Read all my 5 reviews)
Very power mp3 player. Uses low system resources show Review details
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