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If you are looking for CometPlayer, you have come to the right place. We explain what CometPlayer is and point you to the official download.

What is CometPlayer?

CometPlayer is a player for audio files created by Shanghai Comet Network Technology. It works for many audio file formats which include WAV, WMA, MP2, MP3, MPA, OGG, FLAV, and APE. It features a user-friendly interface that is easy and convenient to use with the option to personalize it. It includes lyric display, music equalizing, playlist building, hotkeys setting, album cover switching, and skin changing.

Lyrics display is a distinctive feature of the CometPlayer that automatically searches lyrics of any song played on the player. Any searched lyrics are displayed on the panel where the user can read and sing along.

Playlist Creation is another feature in which allows a user to create one or more playlists. Hotkeys and skin of this audio player can be also customized for convenience.

Other features are the Equalizer Control and Album Cover Design to further improve the user’s personal interest on how songs or audio files are played using this media player.

The most recent released version is 1.1 and it is compatible with Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2000 with at least 4.07MB.

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File types supported by CometPlayer

Our users primarily use CometPlayer to open these file types:

About file types supported by CometPlayer

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Last updated: : October 1, 2012