The Elisa music player is a Qt-based open source music player for Linux and, uniquely, for Windows.
Sometimes I want listen to a couple of podcast episodes or audio tracks back-to-back, without adding them to my media library. PLlayer could be the minimalist audio player for Linux that I’ve been searching for. Now, I’m not going to spend 500 words waffling about how this app is better than Rhythmbox, Clementine or any other […]
Responsive design is coming to the Lollypop music player. A week or two back I shared a video of the stylish KDE music player Babe which showcased the app’s sleek new ‘responsive design’ capabilities. But GTK fans needn’t feel like they’re missing out. Lollypop — arguably the best modern desktop music player for GNOME — is […]
This post, Lollypop Music Player Sweetens its UI with Responsive Design, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
Tidal subscribers have a new way to listen to the high-fidelity music streaming service while using the Linux desktop. The Spotify rival touts better sound quality and bigger royalty cheques for artists, but it doesn’t provide a desktop Tidal music app for Linux. There is an official web player, as well as official Tidal apps for Windows, macOS, Android […]
Tizonia is a command-line music player that lets you listen to music on Spotify, Google Play Music, YouTube and Soundcloud from the terminal.
This post, Command Line Music Player for Spotify, YouTube & Other Music Streaming Services, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
In this post we will show you how to install Qmmp on Ubuntu. Qmmp (which stands for Qt Multi Media Player) is an open-source audio player built using C++ and Qt. It’s not the kind of music app that will appeal to fans of apps like Rhythmbox, Clementine or Deepin Music. Instead, it’s got a face […]
A new version of Quod Libet, an open-source and cross-platform music app, is available to download. The app is a versatile music player/manager for Windows, macOS and Linux. It has several advanced built-in features, including a file renamer, a music tagger, and an audio encoder. The latest release is Quod Libet 3.9. This update ships with a bunch of fixes, tweaks and minor […]
This post, Quod Libet 3.9 Released, Here’s How to Install it on Ubuntu, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
I use KDE Plasma a lot more these days (thanks to KDE Neon) and so far I am really enjoying it. Like many, I also prefer to run Qt apps on a Qt desktop, and GTK+ apps on a GNOME-based one. It’s not that GTK apps can’t run, they just never feel as seamlessly integrated as […]