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Songbird
Songbird

Songbird

Launched in: February 8, 2006
Developer(s): POTI Inc.
Discontinued: 2013
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How Songbird looked like and how it is now:

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    Now

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      Description

      Songbird is a discontinued music player originally released in early 2006 with the stated mission โ€œto incubate Songbird, the first Web player, to catalyze and champion a diverse, open Media Webโ€.

      Songbird utilizes the cross-platform frameworks Mozilla XULRunner and GStreamer media framework. Songbird runs on Windows and macOS. In 2012, an Android version and an iOS version were released. Songbird at one point also supported Solaris and Linux, but this support was dropped. As a result, users forked Songbird and created a Windows, Mac, and Linux compatible derivative under the name Nightingale.

      Songbird announced on 14 June 2013 that it would stop all operations and shut down by 28 June. The company was unable to fund further business operations and as a result all operations and associated services were discontinued.

      How old is Songbird ?

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      Songbird is 16 years old. Songbird was founded in February 8, 2006 by POTI Inc..

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