Winamp LogoAfter more than 15 years since the initial release, Winamp will be discontinued by AOL on December 20, 2013. The decision might be strange for some of us since Winamp is still one of the most used music player right now worldwide.

AOL brought Nullsoft, the company that created Winamp in June 1999 for $80 million in stock and years after told everybody that Winamp is still powerful and has a lot of potential to fight even with iTunes.

Now that the news is official, the only thing that we can do is to download at least one version of Winamp, until December 20. Personally, I’ve used Winamp ever since I brought a computer, back in 1999. For me, this was simply the best ever music application ever. I don’t even kept it updated, so I run a 2010. In fact it doesn’t matter what version you run since the music is what you want to listen to.

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