Foobnix, A Powerful Music Player for GNU/Linux!

IF you want an excellent music player + also an audio converter at the same time, then Foobnix is the one to go for!. The GUI looks a bit different than the default "layout" of most the other music players for GNU/Linux but the default albums on the "left" and the playlist to the "right", it kinda makes sense, don't you think? ;).

Main features...

*. Manage large collections of music + inbuilt search box.

*. Not to worry, you can change between "views" easily.

*. Around 3000 online radio stations support by default.

*. It has a download manager of its own, so you can download songs directly from the internet sources.

*. Record live radios.

*. As mentioned before, you can convert between almost all the popular audio codecs such as wav, mp3, wma, ac3, m4a, etc.

*. A powerful built in Equalizer.

*. Playback support - MP3, MP4, AAC, CD Audio, WMA, Vorbis, FLAC, WavPack, WAV, AIFF, Musepack, Speex, AU, SND and more!.

*. Lyrics and album art/cover fetching support.

*. Assign keyboard shortcuts... are just a few to name.

I'm pretty sure, by the time you read few of these main features of Foobnix player, you should be wanting to get your hands on it already :P. If you use Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal /10.10/10.4 then you can easily install Foobnix media player by entering below command in your Terminal.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:foobnix-player/foobnix
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install foobnix
This is actually a cross-platform player. So even Microsoft Windows and Mac OSX users can download and install it!

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