The latest release of Clementine, the Qt music player whose interface was inspired by that of Amarok 1.4, brings a number of new features to the table.
Tomahawk media player - which bills itself as 'everything you need in a media player - and a lot you don't - has pushed out a new release.
The creator of flash-free desktop YouTube application 'Minutube' and stylish music player 'MiniTunes' has announced the release of a new application: MusicTube. Musictube is a mish-mash of the developers former two applications, and is designed to let you find, arrange and listen to whatever music you like - as long as it's on YouTube. The idea is similar to on-demand music streaming services such as Spotify and Pandora: you search for an artist or a track and, if it's there, you can play it.
Yeah folks, we know it often feels like that there are too many music players available for Linux, but when they're as innovative as Tomahawk we're more than happy to give them a try.
Quick heads up to something I forgot to mention before – the very slick Faenza icon set now has a PPA, making it easy to stay up-to-date with the latest additions to the square-y icon […]
As the Wine project gears up for the next major release due in June, work on giving the application a graphical face-lift is drawing to a conclusion. Joel Holdsworth, who has lead the work on […]
Wine gives users the perfect solution to switching OS – they can keep using a secure, free, totally rocking OS and still run some of their favourite Windows applications and games. Of course, Wine isn’t […]
Talk about timing! Only a day or so back we crowned CoverGloobus one of our favourite applications of 2009 and today some exciting updates were announced! Aside from GloobusPreview’s sexy new look CoverGloobus got some […]
PlayOnLinux is a WINE ‘front end’ that allows easy installation of software designed to run on Windows, but in Linux! Unlike other WINE installation software – such as CrossOver – PlayOnLinux is entirely free, and […]