Rhythmbox music player is finally sorting its oversized toolbar out! The next major release of the well-known Linux audio app is set to adopt a GTK header bar by default. The aim? A refined, more compact […]
The Rhythmbox music player will look very different in Ubuntu 17.10, due for release later this year. But the changes on show aren’t because there’s been a new release. Instead, Ubuntu devs plan to make […]
Pause on Lock is a simple script that can pause music on Ubuntu when the lock screen kicks in. When you return to your desktop and log back in whatever you were listening to resumes, […]
Rhythmbox Alternative Toolbar is a Rhythmbox plugin that improves the look and layout of the music player by rearranging elements and using CSD.
A new version of Rhythmbox, the oft-overlooked desktop music app preinstalled on Ubuntu, is now available to download.
Fans of the Rhythmbox CoverArt Browser plugin will find plenty of new features in its latest beta, which is now available for testing.
I prefer using music players on Linux that let me browse my music by album art. Why? And what apps let me do it? In this post I explain.
The Ubuntu One Music Store is to be removed from Rhythmbox in Ubuntu 12.04, 12.10 and 13.04 in favour of the online store.
Ubuntu's default music player Rhythmbox won't ship with the Ubuntu One Music Store plugin in 13.04. Sounds like a bad move, but it's actually for the best...
Looking for a visually slick way to browse your music collection in Rhythmbox? The following CoverArt Browser plugin might be just what you're after...
WebMenu is a new Rhythmbox plugin that takes the pain out of finding artist, album, or song info online. For example, when listening to music on shuffle I often come across that I haven't heard from in a while. With WebMenu enabled I can press CTRL+W; right click on a track; or use the HUD to instantly open up their page on Wikipedia to see what they're up to.
Sync your play counts on Last.FM to your Rhythmbox music collection. The following plugin updates Rhythmbox with a track's playcount from Last.fm. That way, regardless of where or what you scrobble your music from your playcounts in Rhythmbox will remain up-to-date.