We checkout the latest release of the DeaDBeeF music player, DeaDBeeF 1.8.1, and show you how to install the lightweight music app on Ubuntu.
We roundup the latest Linux releases, including new versions of open-source image editor The GIMP and free music player DeaDBeeF, inc. Install instructions!
We look as some of the best music player apps for Ubuntu, from feature-filled music managers to others that are lightweight and simple to use.
The lightweight Linux audio player DeaDBeeF has been updated, with an interactive new design mode being one of several new features included in the 0.6.0 release.
Popular lightweight music player 'DeaDBeeF' recently launched an Android version. Is it much cop? I find out...
If you’re a user of lightweight minimal music application DeaDBeeF then you may find the following Indicator-Applet useful. Designed specifically for use with DeaDBeeF, Dead-indicator allows you to control and manage track playback quickly and […]
DeaDBeeF may be a super light and increasingly popular music player choice amongst Ubuntu users but it still has a rather sucky tray icon by default. Worry ye not DeaDBeeF fans – a user by […]
Over on the Lubuntu mailing-list they’ve been discussing the application choices for version 10.10 due in October. Although no actual changes has been decided on, discussions centring around dropping the current default ‘music player’ Aqualung in favour […]