GOM Audio

by GRETECH CORP

Easy, smart, and capable music player with high-quality sound.

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: GRETECH CORP

Antivirus check: passed

Last revision: Last week

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GOM Audio is a modern music player that has all the features a typical user needs. You can browse the following file types using the program. The following audio file types are used by streaming media such as mp3 and mp4 files, as well as audio and television shows on the Internet. A built-in timer in the player allows you to control the end time for the player to automatically close or playback.

You can change the theme of design in this easy-to-use program, using its advanced, modern interface. Compared to another popular application with the same developer by the same design, the look of the application itself is generally similar to the graphic shell of that program. GOM Player is a video player. Working with GOM Audio is not difficult, the program supports drag and drop technology, allows you to easily change the order of songs, split tracks into groups and search for information about them on the network.

- This tool allows users to easily create, manage, and archive musical performances.

- has an integrated amplifier; ;

- The playback speed can be adjusted;;

- Its interface is quite intuitive, and you can change the themes.

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