Mirro Player is a compact and nice-looking music player for Windows with a minimalistic design. Mirro Player can be a good choice for users who prefer simplicity over too many, and sometimes unnecessary, features offered by the popular media players. It does simply what it is supposed to do, play music. And it does it really well. Offering just the essential functions, it is able to play the most popular audio formats used nowadays (MP3, WAV, WMA, OGG, etc.), including playlist formats.
Mirro Player's main window uses a transparent, glass-style window that looks particularly well in Windows 7, along with a simple animation of a CD and a picture in the middle - probably of its author. There, you have the controls to play/pause a song, and a set of buttons for shuffle and repeat functions. Songs, or audio files in general, and playlists can be loaded from the music icon (there's no support for drag and drop). You can add as many files as you want to the current playlist, and Mirro Player will 'remember' that playlist the next time you open it.
In short, regardless of all its missing features, Mirro Player is a good alternative for those users looking for a basic and elegant music player.
- Great, minimalistic design
- Works well
- It would be nice to have an option to change the 'art album' picture from the app context menu