Clementine is an audio player for Linux, supports a large number of audio formats. Has a built-in music Manager software. Supports listening to online radio, able to copy music on iPod, iPhone, USB player.
Install Clementine in Ubuntu
To install Clementine in Ubuntu run in the terminal the following command:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:me-davidsansome/clementine sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install clementine
Again in search of the perfect player, this time I needed FLAC support, came across Clementine. Read the descriptions, looked at screenshots and decided to download and test it in action.
The first plus was the addition of one category where there is music and then the player himself were processed and sorted the music, just a nice plus for me was “Smart playlists.”
I think if you listen to the music for about a month, then it will give your favourite tracks the listening that you never listen to and the new.
Another plus is the integration with Last.fm with your play list, recommended music, etc. Really haven’t managed to test this possibility.
Undoubtedly another plus is cross — platform- works on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
There is one but he has not reproduced my music in FLAC format, swore at the lack of module Gstreamer — honestly I don’t know what it is and until it was dripping more..
Despite the fact that the player has not justified my hope, I really liked it so I leave it as your primary.
To install Clementine on Ubuntu Linux:sudo apt install clementine
The program is cross-platform and works in:
Screenshots of the program
- The main program window ClementineСкриншот provided by the user.
- The settings window ClementineСкриншот provided by the user.
- Clementine 1.3.1 (version: 1.3.1)