You start by adding a folder which contains your music files (mp3, wma, avi, mpg etc). Jaangle scans and reads the available tag info. The artists appear in the tree like control. Each time you click on an artist all their tracks can be seen in the list pane, artist biography and image are automatically downloaded from the internet and displayed in the information pane. By double clicking a track in the list you hear the music playing. More info may appear (if available) in the info pane like lyrics or comments.
Licence: Open source (GPL) free software (Freeware).
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And this is what chatGPT has to say about it: "Jaangle is a free, open-source music player and library management software for Windows. It was designed to be a lightweight, yet powerful music player that can be used to organize, play, and manage digital music files. Jaangle supports various audio formats, including MP3, Ogg Vorbis, WMA, FLAC, and others. It also has features for managing playlists, finding and fixing broken music files, and integrating with other music services and tools. Jaangle is considered by some to be a good alternative to more heavy-duty music management software, as it provides many features without being too complex or resource-intensive."