JavaMod is an open-source music player for various platforms on which Java is supported such as Windows, Mac and Linux. It is a portable player and does not require to be installed on the system. It supports all the popular audio file formats such as MP3, APE, FLAC, OGG, WAV etc. It supports all of the playlist files such as PLS, M3U, M3U8. Furthermore, it supports archived playlists such as ZIP and CUE.
As anyone can guess, JavaMod is a music player designed using Oracle Java and as such we must have Java installed on the system before we can use it. Windows users can download the latest version of Oracle Java from https://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp and install it on their system.
After the installation of Java on your Windows PC, you can have to restart Windows and only then you can double-click on the downloaded JavaMod player file javamod.jar. Alternatively, you can open a Command Prompt shell and give the command java -jar javamod.jar.
The user interface is very minimal and presents you with the very basics – title of the audio file being played, the player data (audio channel stats) and the usual player controls (play, pause, stop, previous, next, volume and stereo balance). It also comes with a full-features equalizer for customizing the audio playback.
We can open an online stream in addition to local audio files using JavaMod. When we are playing a local audio file, we can save it to WAV file format simultaneously. Similarly, it can export the audio files selected from a playlist into WAV file format.
The user interface of JavaMod is very simple but it comes with some skins to make it look a little different. These skins are listed under the “Look and Feel” menu and contain skins like Metal, Nimus, Motif, CDE, Windows Classic etc.
You can download JavaMod Player from https://javamod.de/javamod.php.