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Do you use Google Play Music in Nuvola? Follow our list of 5 top tweaks to make it look and work as best as it can in Ubuntu.
Google's online music service 'Google Play Music' has officially launched in select European countries, having been restricted to America for the last year or so. If you're in the UK, France, Germany, Italy or Spain you can now buy legal music downloads from the some of the worlds biggest record labels.
It integrates web-based music players with the Ubuntu desktop and in its next release Nuvola music player is set to get even better. From new extensions and music services, to nifty features that make using it more enjoyable, here are our pick of the top 5 new features currently available to try in the most recent beta release.
The unstable builds of cloud music player Nuvola are sporting a new look service selector and a more intuitive way to add and enable plugins.
Rdio and Pandora support has been added to the desktop-based cloud music player Nuvola. Updated translations, and fixes for multimedia-keys and webkit rending also feature in the 1.0.4 release.
A new stable release of 'Nuvola' music player - formerly known as Google Music Frame - is now available for download. Nuvola 1.0 adds a number of additional features and improvements to the desktop-integrated player, including support for Grooveshark, 8Track and Hypemachine.
A new beta release of Linux music player Nuvola, with Grooveshark and Hypermachine integration, is available for testing.
Google Music Frame has a new name, and some new service support to boot.
Google Music, the search giants cloud-music player/storage service, slipped off its beta tag and emerged into the land of 'available to all' yesterday. But how do you go about making the most of it on Ubuntu?