Ubiquitous Player is a free app «all-in-one» for Windows users
Every PC user uses several applications to perform various tasks – music player for listening to your favorite songs, a calculator for mathematical calculations, etc.
The main application offers us the operating system, but not everyone can afford the program by default, so many of us are using third-party solutions. A list of such software, which can be downloaded to install can be very long. And imagine how it nice to have one program that combines several applications. Ubiquitous Player is just one such.
First and foremost, Ubiquitous Player is a free multimedia player which runs on most versions of Windows (from XP up to «eight»). At the same time, in this compact, portable app you will find image viewer, calculator, clipboard and more.
Interface Ubiquitous Player is very simple and convenient. With it you can easily work even on a touchscreen, since the controls are of adequate size. He is very much like Modern UI from Microsoft, and all goes well with the idea of Windows 8 UI.
As mentioned above, Ubiquitous Player allows you to play audio files, and it supports many music file types. Simultaneously, the program is a text editor, and even has a file Manager.
On top of that Ubiquitous Player allows you to view pictures stored in any folder on the computer. It supports almost all types of images, including JPF, PNG, BMP and JPEG. If necessary, any image you can crop, Desaturate, flip, or add to it to the effect of «Negative» – all this from the comfort of Ubiquitous Player. Images can even be viewed in a slide show.
Also, the application combines the simple function of taking notes. It is, of course, doesn’t compare to Evernote or CintaNotes, but it is great to quickly enter something very short.
In conclusion, Ubiquitous Player hardly will exceed your expectations, as it definitely will not be able to replace any programs that are focused on doing some specialized functions. I would even say that Ubiquitous Player is the type of applications that are best suited for user devices with low stock performance (like netbooks, for example).
The software archive can be downloaded free at the website of the developer. Unpacked it weighs less than 3 megabytes.