Projects / aTunes


aTunes is a full-featured audio player and manager. It currently plays MP3, Ogg, wma, wav, FLAC, MP4, and radio streams allowing users to easily edit tags, organize music, and rip audio CDs.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  21 Jul 2013 16:31

    Release Notes: Fixes: seek not working after changing look and feel; repository actions disabled after connecting a device; clearing of cache broken; and drag and drop not checking if it's a valid drop operation.

    •  03 Jun 2013 16:13

      Release Notes: Stores metadata for all kind of files, even if the file type does not support an internal tag. A new option to show a navigation table filter. A new option to hide the navigation tree and use only the navigation table to select elements. Can store ratings both in files and in an external database (so as to not modify files). Faster podcast downloads. A new playlist option to stop playback after the current track. New options to load / save a playlist, replacing a playlist or creating a new one.

      •  27 Apr 2013 16:23

        Release Notes: The combo box selection failed with OS X and System Look And Feel; this has been fixed. Save playlist sets its name as the file name by default.

        •  11 Apr 2013 10:47

          Release Notes: This release can control visible context panels. Improvements in the process to delete files. A workaround for an mplayer problem with long filenames or filenames including non-English characters. Support for OS X full screen.

          •  06 Apr 2013 18:06

            Release Notes: Reduces memory consumption by interning strings read using Kryo. All navigator views allow filtering sub-elements. The option to create a playlist with top tracks is disabled when no data is available. M3U files are generated with a system file separator. The Podcast information dialog has been fixed.


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