My favourite music app ‘Google Music Frame’ has been updated.
Now on version 0.3, the latest release of Google†Music†Frame ships with a handful of minor new features.
The Unity quicklist has been updated with ‘thumbs up’ and ‘thumbs down’ entries: –
A tray item has been introduced for non-Ubuntu Sound Menu using desktop†environments†(such as GNOME Shell).
The application sports an in-app toolbar: –
The new†‘troubleshooting‘ entry provides a handful of potential fixes for some common issues: –
The ‘Settings’ entry provides a GUI to enable/disable a couple of useful options: –
Initial support for translations, as well as a faster loading time during start-up, are also featured in this release.
What else does it do?
- Ubuntu Sound Menu support
- Support for user scripts – such as Last.FM scrobbling
- Unity Quicklist controls
Download Google Music Frame
Google Music Frame is available for Ubuntu 10.10, 11.04 and 11.10 via the application developers PPA.
Add the following line Software Sources, update, and then install ‘google music frame‘ using the Ubuntu Software Centre.
For those not interested in adding a PPA standalone .Deb installers can also be downloaded.
Head over to the PPA page using the link below and click the ‘arrow’ icon next to the relevant version of Ubuntu you require a package for. Remember to download the correct package for your system, (either 32bit or 64bit).
The .Deb can be installed by double-clicking on it and following the prompts that appear.