Media players come in all shapes and sizes, from the sleek and efficient to the feature-packed and bloated. Moo0 AudioPlayer definitely falls into the "sleek and efficient" category, although its no-frills packaging contains a few cool extras. iTunes it is not, but if you're looking for a lightweight and uncomplicated audio player, Moo0 AudioPlayer is definitely worth checking out.
The program's interface is plain, with a few unlabeled buttons for playing, pausing, and skipping tracks, and no visible menus at all. At first we weren't sure how to get started, but right-clicking on the interface gave us the option to load either individual tracks or entire folders of songs. There are typical features like shuffle, repeat, and playlist repeat, but Moo0 AudioPlayer also let users adjust the pitch up or down an entire octave, something you don't usually see. There are also a variety of special effects, including the ability to boost, suppress, and isolate bass, middle, and high tones. The program has customizable visuals, too; users can adjust the interface's opacity and select from a wide variety of skins. We also liked that Moo0 AudioPlayer could be minimized to the system tray to reduce clutter. The online Help file doesn't offer much besides a list of keyboard controls, but that's OK; once you figure out how to get your music into the program, there's not much to it. Overall, Moo0 AudioPlayer offered the standard features and a few that aren't so standard, and we think it's a nice choice for users who want to play their music without a lot of fuss.
Moo0 AudioPlayer installs politely but leaves a Start menu icon and folder behind upon removal.