Media Jukebox is the most heavily used program on my computer. If you’ve got more than a handful of mp3 files, it does a better job than any other program of organizing and playing them. And the more time you spend with it, the more you’ll discover – “it can organize songs and video clips; create smart playlists; play streaming media, including RealMedia, Windows Media, and QuickTime. It can also play from a TV tuner card; play DVDs; work with remote controls; record from analog sources, such as turntables or microphones; burn CDs; transfer songs to some portable device; and stream music to a friend or to your second computer.”

I love it. It’s worth $24.98. Buy it.

Here’s a CNET review of the new version, making it an “Editor’s Choice” and giving it a score of 9 out of 10. And here’s where you can download it. Give it a try!

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