CherryPlayer offers a solid music and video streaming experience but its interface is cluttered and there’s no audio/video converter.CherryPlayer is a next generation media player. It brings together the most popular media functionality into one single product. CherryPlayer gives you endless of streaming music. It has an archive of millions of MP3 songs all available through a nice toplist or a simple search engine.
CherryPlayer gives you a YouTube and Twitch viewer. It is fully integrated with YouTube allowing you to search for, view and download all YouTube movies in the quality and format that you prefer. CherryPlayer can play all common media files with no need for additional codecs. It supports all major music and video formats out of the box.
Music quality is good but can vary from song to song. CherryPlayer also supports watching and downloading YouTube videos. CherryPlayer gives you quality options when choosing to download a video, which is handy.
We’re always a little skeptical of media players that promise to deliver free, high-quality content. They often end up being too good to be true, annoying us with poor performance, obscure content, or restrictions on the good stuff. We were pleasantly surprised by CherryPlayer. This easy-to-use program gives users access to a huge selection of streaming music, and it has a built-in YouTube downloader as well. CherryPlayer is a great choice for listening to today’s popular songs, exploring new music, and revisiting old favorites.
All the Twitch.tv videos, channels and games are available in Cherry Player. Also, you can login to your Twitch.tv account via the player.
It supports almost all kinds of online radio. Due to the streaming platform of SHOUTcast you can enjoy thouthands of online radio stations which are sorted for your convenience by themes and countries.
CherryPlayer’s interface is straightforward and doesn’t require much in the way of explanation. The navigation pane on the left allows users to browse songs from Last.fm’s lists of loved tracks, hyped tracks, and top tracks, which is a nice way to check out what’s currently popular. If you’re after a specific song, CherryPlayer also lets you search for tracks from VK Music; you’ll be prompted to create a VK.com account, but you can skip this without causing any problems. We had no trouble finding what we were looking for there, even some fairly obscure acts that we weren’t really expecting to see. CherryPlayer makes it easy to create playlists, too. The YouTube downloader worked without issues, downloading videos as FLV files and then playing them back flawlessly. The program’s online Help file is brief, but CherryPlayer doesn’t require a whole lot in the way of documentation. Overall, we were impressed with CherryPlayer, and we think it’s a great way to get free access to a surprisingly broad variety of music.
- Search and playing music and video from YouTube, Twitch, 4shared, Soundcloud, Zaycev.net and VK.
- Login to YouTube, Twitch and VK accounts.
- Support of almost all the file formats and codecs, live streaming, IPTV.
- Built-in playlists of YouTube and Twitch video services.
- Built-in music charts of BBC Radio, Billboard and Last.fm.
- Built-in SHOUTcast radioservice and radiostations sorted by countries.
- Built-in codecs.
- Free, quick and easy to use.