You probably remember it, although you most certainly haven't been using it for a while: we’re talking about Winamp Media Player, which is set to close down after 15 years of loyal service.

The application throws us back to our teenage years (90s and early 00s), when we could download different skins and plug-ins to personalize our music playing friend. Winamp was eventually bought by AOL in 2002 from creators Nullsoft, and despite several attempts to relaunch it with Mac and Android versions, the competition (i.e. iTunes) was just too strong.

Although no official reason has been given regarding the imminent closure, the website simply says "Thanks for supporting the Winamp community for over 15 years."

And there goes another piece of our childhood, huh? [via DigitalSpy]

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