It’s been a while since I last wrote about Musique, an open-source desktop music player for Windows, macOS, and Linux (I first featured it in 2010, back when it was called MiniTunes). Amazingly, the app […]
Deepin envy is a condition afflicting Linux users who like the look of Deepin Linux’s apps, but don’t want to switch entire distro to use then. And there’s finally a cure: Snaps. Snap apps allow […]
A new version of Audacious, a popular lightweight audio player, is now available for download.
Harmony is a sleek desktop music player for Linux (and macOS & Windows) that can play your regular music files and online streaming services like Spotify and SoundCloud.
Kaku is a YouTube desktop music player for Windows, Mac and Linux. It is open-source, free to download, and offers some nifty features, including an online DJ.
'Ambient Noise Player, as the name might suggest, is an audio player designed specifically for playing ambient background sounds like falling rain and coffee shop chatter.
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.
Banshee 2.9.0, the first release of the popular music app in 12 months, brings bug fixes, Symbianc device music sync & GTK3 support.
it aims to be low on system resources, but intent aside does new music app 'Sayonara' have much to sing about? We go hands on to find out.