It’s been a tough year or so for iconic MP3 player Winamp. After launching in 1997 and exploding in popularity over the next several years, the once go-to media player quietly vanished from relevance through the latter half of the 2000s thanks largely in part to iTunes (and mismanagement on AOL’s part).
The rise of streaming music provided the final nail in the proverbial coffin as Winamp was to be shut down late last year. That date came and went with nary a word on the matter until early this year when Radionomy bought Winamp and Shoutcast from AOL.
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