Exploring the Sayonara audio player


Sayonara is useful as an audio player that not only supports most of the popular formats, but also streaming. Whether it be web radio, podcasts, or services like SoundCloud or SomaFM, Sayonara manages this with very little CPU load and is happy with around 50MB RAM. To cover all the requirements of an audio player, all it would need is a feature for playing audio CDs.

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