The first official release of Songbird fork Nightingale has been made available for download. What's it like? Is it worth installing? Let's take a quick look and see...
A new development release of music player ‘Nightingale’ has been made available for download. Songbird fork Nightingale was born after the former dropped official support for the Linux platform – a move that, it’s fair […]
Although "official" builds of Songbird for Linux are no longer distributed the Songbird community still provide 32bit Linux versions for the gecko-using media player's faithful flock.
Official development and support for music-player Songbird on Linux was culled several months back but thanks to dedicated community support Linux users can still keep up with the Joneses and benefit from all the latest fixes n’ […]
Songbird for Linux, whilst officially no-longer supported, will continue to live on thanks to a community driven effort. The project, which was originally titled Lyrebird, finally has a definitive new name: Nightingale. Very apt. The […]
The Songbird team have announced that they will no longer be officially supporting Linux versions of their media player. Community versions, will, however still be provided but there is no guarantee that these versions will see […]
Songbrid has gained video playback capabilities in the beta for forthcoming 1.5.0 release “Led Zepplin”. Video formats/codecs supported so far are WMV, MPEG-4, Theora and H.264, though the songbird team themselves note that “support is […]