foobar2000 1.1.11 did not spend too much time in beta stage of development. After five betas, the stable version is released sporting a few fixes and, as expected, no new features.
The new build of the popular audio player has done away with several bugs. But the most important modification touches on the deadlock detection feature, which has been toned down so that it no longer kills the application upon slow operations on large music libraries. This is available for stable releases only.
The highlights for the stable version of foobar2000 include improved built-in cross-fading functionality, support for album art in APEv2 tags on MP3 files, as well as support for “find-as-you-type” feature in the playlist window. Check this page for a full view of the changes
.foobar2000 is available for download from this link