New version of the popular, free media player that can play almost any media file, and which offers over 6,000 free internet TV shows and video podcasts, is released.
Miro has been around for a while now, and yet it’s still an all-in-one media center that not only plays just about every media file imaginable, but also puts all your desktop media files and favorite media streaming sites in one place.
Miro has just launched version 5.0 that even adds a ton of new features and functions that make it just as useful as ever before.
With Miro 5.0 you can now clean up your music collection by changing titles like Track 01 to their real title with a single click so that “unknown artist” is replaced with the actual name. Browsing your collection is vibrant and organized in the new Album/Artist view. Browsing your music collection is is now improved with a new Album/Artist view.
Auto-sync is another new feature so that you can can automatically sync when you connect your portable media player. It comes with the option to autofill your device with a certain percentage of your available space with an assortment of music and podcasts based on your preferences.
Miro already converts media files to a number of different formats, but with Miro 5.0 you can convert to Apple, Android, KindleFire, and web-friendly formats.
“If you love your internet video,” the developers note, “on Miro, it has just gotten better. We’ve added support for HD downloads from Vimeo.”
One of the better features that Miro still offers is that you can use it to download your favorite TV Shows with BitTorrent RSS feeds from sites like EZTV and tvRSS.
Miro is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.