Can remember a Linux app called CoverGloobus? You can't? That doesn't surprise me too much. But here's why you should check it out.
Want to display album cover-art and control options on your desktop in Ubuntu? Coverbox, a fork of the once-popular Covergloobus, lets you do just that.
Is your desktop in need of a makeover? The following desktop by DeviantArtist ~votritis, called 'Stairway to heaven', might be just what you're after...
I know, I know. You're rolling your eyes at the mention of the words 'Nano', 'Apple' and 'iPod' in the same sentence. But as they once sang 'give peace a chance' here I sing 'give iPod Nano inspired CoverGloobus themes a chance' - particularly when they're as nice as this.
Five pretty CoverGloobus themes. Including one by me. Sssh. Let's go.
With Christmas almost over there isn't long left in which blasting out your favourite seasonal songs won't seem weird. To help balm the blow here are two slick themes for desktop 'coverart n' controller' CoverGloobus.
Pip pip, tally ho and all that. Eyes down on this ravishing example of fine CoverGloobus themery.
CoverGlooubs 1.7 brought with it the much longed for 'Seekbar' feature. Whilst one of the default themes takes advantage of it the rest don't - so here's a couple that do.
With awesome desktop coverart application CoverGloobus pushing out its 1.7 releaase today many users will find a blue 'gloobus' symbol sat in their tray. Here's a mono tray icon to replace it with.
CoverGloobus 1.7.6 RC1 - aka 'the latest version with all the cool bells and whistles - comes to a PPA for easy installation.
Covergloobus fans rejoice - time counter and track-seeking has been implemented into the popular desktop coverart n' controller. I smell a new release brewing ;)
Jordi Hernàndez – creator of CoverGloobus (and dude with exceptionally good taste in music) – has opened the voting on the choice of new icon for the desktop music art application. We blogged about the […]