Miro 4.0.1 on the first glance -Feels like iTunes - Equalizer missing
Jun 28, 2011, 00:12 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The new and improved layout reminds me of iTunes. The left menu
is separated into five main parts â€" Audio and Video
library on your computer, Connect for your external devices,
Sources for websites and web search, Stores for Amazon and Android
and Podcasts for your favorite audio and video podcasts.
"It is very cool to have the possibility to use your audio and
video files with just a click. Miro is nicely organized which in
combination with the clean design lets you really enjoy all your
multimedia content. On the other hand I don't understand why in
this 21st century there is a player like Miro without an equalizer.
I couldn't find it after many attempts and now it seems to me like
it doesn't exist at all. I might have missed it as it is just
surprising to me to see that the equalizer is non-existent."
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