Android: We've covered some of the best alternative music players for Android before, but if you're a Winamp user, the new beta for Android is a no-brainer: it boasts an intuitive, now-playing based interface and simple Wi-Fi syncing with the desktop player.
If you use Winamp on your Windows PC (and many of you do) you now have pretty seamless integration between your desktop player and your Android phone. The Now Playing-style setup you're used to comes to Winamp on Android, and with it comes with a very intuitive interface: the now playing window is actually a drawer that can be expanded or collapsed at any time, the rest of your library lying behind it. In addition, the player controls are always just a tap away, allowing you to control your music and see your queue from any screen in the app.
Along with the standard widgets, shortcuts and scrobbling that have become the standard for all Android music players, Winamp also brings the ability to sync with your desktop computer over Wi-Fi, no need to dock your device. Of course, for you speed enthusiasts, Winamp includes standard USB syncing as well. If you're a Winamp user, grab this up right now, because it doesn't get any better than this. Heck, I don't even use Winamp, and I might keep this app around — its interface really is that great. Hit the QR code to the right to check it out.
Winamp Beta is a free download for Android 2.1+ devices. Note that you need Winamp 5.59 beta for Windows to enable syncing.
Winamp for Android [Winamp Blog]