Ubiquitous Player: Free Multimedia Player for Windows 10/8/7

When using PC’s, we install a number of software to run applications such as music player, image viewer, calculator, web browser, and many more.  The list of such software which you need to download and install is, in fact, a long one. But have you ever thought how amazing it would be if you will find only one such program having several applications all combined into one?

One such freeware is Ubiquitous Player. Ubiquitous Player is a free multimedia player for Windows 10/8/7. It is an image viewer, a calculator, clipboard manager and more, all you can find in this one compact portable application.

Free Multimedia Player for Windows

 Multimedia Player

Ubiquitous Player allows you to watch videos and listen to audio files. It supports almost all types of files such as mp3, ape, mp4 and many more. Ubiquitous Player also has an image viewer that allows you to view images and it also has a text editor. There are many other major features in the application that is unique and easy to use.

Features of the application:

  • Watch Video files
  • View images
  • Quick access to music
  • Edit texts
  • Use notes
  • Make simple HTML pages
  • Rename, copy and navigate your files
  • Use web browser
  • Manage your Internet bookmarks
  • Take screenshots
  • Use your gamepad as a mouse
  • Use virtual keyboard
  • Use magnifying glass
  • Play games
  • Use a calculator
  • Notes manager
  • Available in English, German, French, Russian, Spanish language

Ubiquitous Player’s interface is simple yet attractive. Here are a few of its uses:

  • Music Player – With this music player you can enjoy your own music collection. You can even create your own playlist and play an entire folder. This music player has everything you need.

Ubiquitous Player

  • Notes – Its other major feature is “Notes” which is very straight forward to understand. As you can see in the above image, you can arrange your notes within or out the folders. You can rename your topic of the notes. You can even search your saved notes folder or file.

Multimedia Player

  •  Image viewer – The best feature of this reliable and useful multimedia player is the image viewer. It is a great viewer to look at your image folder and files quickly, and also you can rotate and crop the image. It supports almost every file such as JPF, PNG, BMP or JPEG.

Multimedia Player

Ubiquitous Player is completely portable, reliable and useful multimedia player. It is definitely going to be a full package application for you. Also, it can also work perfectly on low resource machines.

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Ankit Gupta is a writer by profession and has more than 7 years of global writing experience on technology and other areas. He follows technological developments and likes to write about Windows & IT security. He has a deep liking for wild life and has written a book on Top Tiger Parks of India.

2 Comments

  1. In addition to sending us to the download pages of the apps you recommend, please also give us a link to the app’s maker’s website so we can read what the app’s maker writes about the app, too.

    By sending us straight to, in this case Softpedia, yes, we can download it; but then in order to get to the app maker’s website, we must click on its name on the Softpedia page, which then takes us to all the apps that that maker has on softpedia, from which page we may then finally click on a link to the app maker’s actual website. Oy! That’s too much work.

    Please always include a link to the app maker’s website, too. It’s not only about downloading. Sometimes we need to read more than your review and opinion. Sometimes we need to see the app maker’s site, which can also help those of us who’ve been around and are very experienced a hint as to how the app maker thinks and what are his/her standards.

    It also allows my copy of McAfee Site Advisor to tell me if there’s anything bad on the app maker’s site, which can also help me to judge whether or not I’d want anything written by him/her on my machine.

    There are, then, numerous reasons to not keep us from being able to get to the app maker’s website, even if where one downloads his/her apps is from such as Softpedia or Downloads-dot-com, etc.

    Thanks!

    Nice article, by the way.

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    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

    Veritas nihil veretur nisi abscondi.
    Veritas nimium altercando amittitur.

  2. And, oh, yeah… one more thing… regarding the app…

    FROM ITS MAKER’s WEBSITE: Portable music player, image viewer, file manager, and more.

    MY RESPONSE: As if anyone would ever want all those capabilities mixed-up into one app.

    That said, the fact that it’s portable could conceivably make it something someone would want to have on one’s USB flash drive in one’s pocket or on one’s keychain.

    Additionally, you wrote: Ubiquitous Player is a free multimedia player for Windows 8 | 7.

    MY RESPONSE: Once again, as is becoming normative for this site, that is inaccurate. It says, right on the app’s download page, that it’s for “Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista, Windows XP SP3 and their server counterparts”…

    …and so you’re basically saying to all your Vista and XP users that they’re, in effect, not welcome here; that this site’s not really for them. That’s what intentionally leaving-out of your sentence *ALL* fo the OS versions on which the app will run, says. That’s the part you just don’t seem to get. You can eschew my ongoing argument that it’s just plain bad journalism all you want; but what you seem to be saying to Vista and XP users is that they’re not welcome here. And that’s snobbery and elitism and contrary to what even Microsoft would want.

    Plus, isn’t the whole POINT of a website to drive readers to it? What you’re doing drives them away. That can’t POSSIBLY be what Anand has in mind for this place.

    __________________________________
    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

    Veritas nihil veretur nisi abscondi.
    Veritas nimium altercando amittitur.

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