Redolf is a free online music player that lets you search for and stream free music online. It comes with a nice playlist feature that lets you create your own playlist, and play that online. You can also get a link to your playlist so that you can come back to it, or even share with your friends. Redolf is completely free, and you do not need to create any account. Other similar free music tools we reviewed earlier include Muziic, Riptune, and Quisple.
I really like the minimalistic interface of Redolf. When you go to Redolf.com, you will just see a text box in which you can type the name of the song that you are searching for. On the right side, you will see the playlist box. If this is not your first visit to Redolf, you will see your previously added songs in this Playlist box.
Update (3-Sep-2012): Redolf seems to have been shut down. Instead, you can use Navegas.
When you search for any song, Redolf shows you the results for that. I am not sure where it pulls those results from; probably from YouTube. With each result, it shows an option to play it immediately, or add to the playlist. You can keep searching the songs, and add them to your playlist.
Once you have made your playlist, you can use the controls in that to play any song in playlist, or play entire playlist. You can change the sequence of songs in playlist by just dragging and dropping them, and remove any song from playlist.
And that’s pretty much what Redolf online free music player does. You can search for any song, and listen to your songs at any time. Also check out desktop youtube players.
I really love the minimalist interface of Redolf. But even more like the fact that it has all the features that I was looking for in such a music player. There are no big buttons or anything to tell you what to do; but the interface is so intuitively designed that you know exactly how to use it. Really well designed.