Pogo is probably the simplest and fastest audio player for Linux. Its elementary-inspired design uses the screen-space very efficiently. Pogo is especially well-suited for people who organize their music by albums on the hard drive. The main interface components are a directory tree and a playlist that groups albums in an innovative way.
|Tags||Audio music media player|
Release Notes: The clickable buttons are now updated after the tracks have been rearranged. The zeitgeist module has been disabled, since its D-Bus interface frequently causes problems.
Release Notes: This release supports Pillow in addition to PIL. It disables the zeitgeist module to avoid startup errors on Ubuntu 12.10.
Release Notes: This release features many bugfixes and updated translations, but most importantly the commandline options have been extended. You can now control pogo from the commandline. For example, to pause pogo, invoke "pogo pause". The commands play, pause, next, prev, and stop are available. To let pogo continue playback at startup, use "pogo play".
Release Notes: This release mostly improves the search. It searches in the home folder if it hasn't found anything in the music directories, and does not search in subdirectories if it already searched in the parent directory. It only shows the filename and at most one parent directory for each file in the search results.
Release Notes: This release shows search results immediately after they're found for each music directory, and searches in the playlist, as well. It adds a Zeitgeist module which logs played albums.