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6 Best Free Music Players for Windows PC and Mobile

by Fahad Saleem

We all need a good, reliable music player in our lives. Millions of people use Windows computers daily and the search for the best free music player for Windows devices is still on. In this article we will enlist some of the best music players which you could use to satisfy all your music needs. These players will let you manage your playlists, stream songs, search and organize songs and much more.

Music Bee

Music Bee is perhaps the best and most powerful music players for Windows. This software scans your complete PC and lets you import each and every song stored in your computer. The best thing about this music player is its tagging feature, which lets you compile thousands of songs and search among them within seconds. You can also set singer photos, names and titles with every song. You can also play songs in this player and control them, play/rewind and stop, switch playlists using the Music Bee Android app. You can also listen to podcasts using this music player.


AIMP lets you make several playlists and import songs with diverse file formats. This free music player has an optimization algorithm which fixes voice quality issues.  AIMP music player has an excellent add-on which lets you import your YouTube playlists, and play YouTube videos inside the player. You can also stream content using this player. AIMP also supports Sound Cloud and internet-based radio stations.

Media Monkey

Media Monkey has a plethora of features which make is one of the best powerful free music players for Windows. This music player supports file formats like MP3, AAC, FLAC and MP4.  You can also rip Audio CDs, and can download podcasts and track metadata. You can sync music and playlists stored in this player with several Android and iOS devices. You can tag songs with singer names and other codes for efficient searching.




If you are a hardcore Windows user; with a Windows phone, PC, OneDrive and other services, I’d recommend Groove Music. It’s the music app by Microsoft. Groove Music supports several mobile devices. You can create playlists, save them and sync to OneDrive. Groove has a library of literally millions of songs. You can try this service for 30 days for free. After that, you will have to pay.


Foobar has everything a good music player should have: compatibility for all formats, ability to import and export songs, easy to use interface. But this free music player is the best for search and organized data freaks. Foobar has an excellent search feature. It reads metadata of songs and deletes duplicate songs. It removes dead links automatically.


How could we miss this VLC is the best free music player for Windows. It lets you cut audio clips, play songs on VLC mobile apps for iOS and Android. You can export your playlists to mobile devices using VLC within seconds.

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