Software information


Freeware (Free)


03 Jan 2018





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Size: 13.4 GB

Downloads: 11240

Platform: Windows (All Versions)

Review by Frederick Barton (Cybersecurity Editor)

on 08 Nov 2017

QMPlay2 can be used to play mostly any kind of media file. The application has a user friendly design, which allows you to import your files, organize and play them on the fly. It supports a wide range of media formats and it lets you play from other sources as well, like online radios or web videos.

The software is absolutely free and it takes only one click to have it up and running. It works on all modern operating systems, including recent Windows platforms. The hardware requirements are modest and there is no need to install any prerequisite tools or services.

There are multiple panels on the user interface, on which you can compile a playlist, view videos, switch between different spectograms and so on. Certain panels, you can switch between tabs, to reveal additional tools. For example, the video player can be replaced with an equalizer, a lyrics panel and an Internet radios browser.

Media files can be imported instantly, by simply dragging and dropping them over the playlist, once imported, you can just click them to start playing. Additionally, just like on the player panel, you can go to a media browser or to a YouTube search feature. The software lets you search for web videos and play them at a moment's notice.

If you are looking for a simple and convenient media player, QMPlay2 is definitely worth checking out.


The software supports a wide range of media formats. It lets you play music, videos and you can also play online radio broadcasts and web videos. QMPlay2 is lightweight and you can have it up and running in just a few seconds.


You don't get too many management options for the playlist.



QMPlay2 Awards

QMPlay2 Editor’s Review Rating

QMPlay2 has been reviewed by Frederick Barton on 08 Nov 2017. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated QMPlay2 5 out of 5 stars, naming it Essential


out of 5