Amarok is a sound system-independent audio-player for Unix. Its interface uses a powerful "browser" metaphor that allows you to create playlists that make the most of your music collection.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio CD Audio Players MP3 Desktop Environment KDE|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux BSD|
Release Notes: This version added a fancy audio analyzer visualization applet, smooth fade-out when pausing music, many UI improvements and visual tweaks including better support for alternate color themes, a significantly enhanced MusicBrainz tagger, power management awareness with a pair of new configuration options, and performance optimizations and responsiveness tuning all over Amarok.
Release Notes: This version contains some very essential fixes.
Release Notes: This release brings a preliminary version of the Nepomuk Collection plug-in for storing track statistics and metadata, and statistics synchronization between collections and with Last.fm. The File Browser's behavior and appearance were greatly improved, and audio CD playback was resurrected (at least with recent phonon-gstreamer). A total of over 470 bugs were closed. There is a completely updated handbook.
Release Notes: While this version brings a reasonable set of new features, the focus was on bugfixing and improving overall stability. The new features are a complete overhaul of the iPod, iPad, and iPhone support, including solid support for device playlists, transcoding for iPod-like and USB Mass Storage devices, Free Music Chart service activated by default, embedded cover support for Ogg and FLAC files, and album art support for tracks on the filesystem and USB Mass Storage devices.
Release Notes: This release brings GPodder.net podcast synchronization, rewritten USB Mass Storage support, an integrated Amazon MP3 store, and many bugfixes to the iPod plugin.