Listening to music is a great way to entertain yourself when driving, cleaning or doing house chores. Even when working or studying, good music can keep you from getting bored and can help you focus on your work. But when it comes to listening music online, we have apps that work with only one streaming service. For listening to another online source, we either have to install new app or visit that streaming service’s web site.
Nuclear music player provides solution to this problem and allows the users to listen to music from many music streaming services from the same user interface. What is more, it focuses on free online sources and avoids paid streaming services. It supports online sources such as SoundCloud, Vimeo, Bandcamp, etc. According to the developers, they are going to add support for Spotify and Deezer in near future.
Using Nuclear music player is very easy. If you want to play a song, then the first thing you have to do is search for it. Nuclear will display the song from all the supported online sources. After this you can simply click on the results to start listening to the music. You can even create a playlist based on the search results.
Nuclear music player finds and plays whole albums, clearly displays their list, and automatically finds songs based on artist, album and title. Furthermore, it has a “radio mode” for automatic queuing of similar songs, displaying lyrics in real time or listening from a local multimedia library.
Nuclear music player is available for Windows, Linux and macOS. It is ideal for using on a desktop or laptop computer and listening to music from free online sources. You do not have to create any accounts for using Nuclear. It can be installed from various software managers such as Chocolatey.
You can download Nuclear Music Player from https://nuclear.js.org/.