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I'm looking for a media player for Windows which supports automatic recommendations like in Amarok, something other than Amarok.

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@Sathia recommendation as in recommendation system, not software-rec. –  alex Jan 17 '10 at 18:01
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Since you are looking for similar to Amarok then I'll recommend you mediamonkey... (due to its similar interface like amarok 1.4 )

Here is a link to download the same: http://www.mediamonkey.com/

More and more you will use MediaMonkey... you will discover it far better than any other players.

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Have you tried the Zune Software? has a pretty nice Marketplace; requires Windows Live ID. Recommends music, based on your collection and listening habits...

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Songbird (Firefox-based music player) and Last.fm is a good option. Similar to iTunes really, but with extensions.

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http://banshee-project.org/ has the same feature like recommendations from Last.fm. Please note that It will work on linux

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iTunes has Genius, which offers recommendations for your music. It's free, but you need an iTunes account for Genius to work. Also, keep in mind that iTunes is a resource hog.

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+1! I'm adore iTunes. And there is no actual need to buy iPod! –  ToreTrygg Nov 17 '09 at 10:04
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-1. iTunes is very pretty, but it's a terrible music player that comes bundled with Quicktime that takes over parts of your machine and is almost impossible to reconfigure. –  Cory Petosky Nov 17 '09 at 10:51
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Gah, was about to say this. +1 –  Henri Watson Apr 26 '10 at 21:35
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