In order for music to reach your ears so that you can enjoy audio masterpieces, you need to make use of specialized applications, just like Aero Media Player. It is a simple utility designed to play your favorite songs, in a user interface that combines a classic style with a modern touch.
The main idea behind this concept is to bring the modern Aero transparent look to one of the most classic media players in the form of a different application. When it runs, you are prompted by a window which informs you of the previously mentioned detail, as well as the possibility to open an audio file.
The first disappointment appears when you notice only one song can be loaded. You better make sure it's a pretty long one, because every time you want to play something different you have to run the application again.
Once you pick a song you are left with a considerably small window, where the album cover is displayed, accompanied by related details. All necessary playback buttons are available, including “Next” and “Previous”, even though it only plays a song.
This means that it also lacks a playlist manager to store your favorite tunes, which would have been an alternative for the lack of multiple selections or the missing drag and drop function.
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that Aero Media Player is only good if you have one favorite song and want to listen to it over and over again. The starting idea is good but lost everything that could have made it a practical media player along the way.