Rhythmbox 3.4.5 is available to download. It includes big improvements to podcast downloading, playback, and management plus a raft of smaller tweaks.
Amberol is a minimal, no-frills music player designed for the GNOME desktop built using GTK4 and Rust. It eschews bloat to focus solely on playing songs.
It's a bug that has irritated me for the past 12 months but, at last, Spotify devs have fixed it in the latest update to the official Spotify Linux client.
Plans to bring Rhythmbox's dated UI into the modern era have hit a snag, with contributors pressing for change at odds with those who gatekeep the codebase.
It’s been a long time since I typed the name ‘Gmusicbrowser’ in to the body area of post but what d’ya know: the venerable music player recently issued a pair of new releases. Gmusicbrowser was […]
Ymuse is a GTK MPD client for Ubuntu, Linux Mint and other distros. Written in Go, Ymuse is modern and maintained with broad features and a great UI.
Looking for a desktop radio player for Linux? Check out Shortwave, a GTK app that lets you search for and listen to radio, and even record radio streams.
A new version of Rhythmbox, Ubuntu’s default music player app, is available. Rhythmbox 3.4.4 is a small update to this venerable player and was released back in January (but I’ve only just heard about it). […]
With Gradio sidelined and its successor Shortwave yet to broadcast a stable release, you might be looking for a way to listen to radio stations on the Ubuntu Linux desktop. If so, check out Odio […]
The Exaile music player has scored its first update in 4 years. Exaile 4.0.0 is now uses GTK3, has a faster playback engine, and supports MPRIS 2.2.
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.
Tauon is a lightweight music player for Linux and Windows desktops that uses the BASS audio library as its backend for (some say) better audio quality.