Clementine A Free Cross-Platform Music Player With A Beautiful GUI!

When considering the default music playback software in the Linux world, it is usually dominated (errrr hate that word and love it also ;-) ) by both Amarok-KDE and Rhythmbox-Gnome. I like both 'em players but if you dual boot with windows then, you just can't use any of them under MS windows.

But Clementine music player on the other hand is an original GNU powered utility which is according to the developers themselves is "inspired" by the Amarok application. Anyway, as I put in the title, the catchy thing here is that it can be used on Linux, Windows and MacOS.... pretty cool right?.

Screenshot under MS Windows...
It can...

*. Play a lots of popular audio formats and can even transcode (ripper) formats such as -  MP3, Ogg Vorbis, Ogg Speex, FLAC or AAC.

*. Fully supports internet radios such as -, SomFM, Magnatune, etc.

*. Has a very beautiful GUI.

*. Live lyrics and album info downloads.

*. MP3 tag editing.

*. Full support for iPhone, iPod, etc.

*. Remote control support.

*. M3U, XSPF, PLS and ASX - playlist support....

These are among the main functions. So if you have Ubuntu, then use the built in package manager "synaptic" and search for the word "clementine" and install it.

And for the windows users just click here to download the setup and enjoy!.

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