Don't expect to see new releases of Tomahawk player, as devs of the multi-service music app for Windows, Mac and Linux say it is "effectively abandoned".
After a quiet year Tomahawk, the Swiss Army knife of music players, is back with a brand new release to sing about.
The most recent bug fix update to open-source multi-source music player Tomahawk is now available for Ubuntu users, coming just shy of a week after it was released for OS X and Windows.
Tomahawk media player - which bills itself as 'everything you need in a media player - and a lot you don't - has pushed out a new release.
Yeah folks, we know it often feels like that there are too many music players available for Linux, but when they're as innovative as Tomahawk we're more than happy to give them a try.
The latest update to cross-platform media player 'Tomahawk' slipped out for Ubuntu without much in the way of fanfare. But from the improvements and new features that came with it fanfare was wholly deserved...
I billed Tomahawk as a media player with potential after my first play with it last month, so when I heard that Tomahawk recently added a PPA for Ubuntu 10.10 and 11.04 users to install from I decided to check it out and see whether anything had changed.
Tomahawk is a new QT media player with a difference: it wants to playback anything you ask for - even if you don't have it on your hard-drive.