After hard working and Google Summer Of Code Amarok Team released a new version of Amarok on August 16. This version is Amarok 2.8 and its main goal is to go back to the origin where it all started, bringing back the original 1.x series. The title of this version of Amarok is “Return To […]
Amarok is a powerful music player for Linux, Unix and Windows OS with an intuitive interface. It makes playing the music you love and discovering new music easier than ever before – and it looks good doing it! It can be used to organize a library of music into folders according to genre, artist and […]
Amarok2.4 was released last week, this release brings significant performance, usability, and stability improvements, Amarok now has the ability to write your statistics and covers directly to the audio files to keep the information across different devices and should detect compilations a lot better. a new option to hide the menu bar again, Integration with […]
Amarok 2.3.0 “Clear Light” is released, the new version comes with many improvements, new features and many bugs has been fixed. Areas such as podcast support and saved playlists have seen huge improvements, as has the support for USB mass storage devices (including generic MP3 players).
As everybody knows , Shoutcast Directory service was removed from Amarok2.2 due to technical and other issues. SHOUTcast service is a simple Amarok 2 script that trys to replace the default SHOUTcast service that is not included in Amarok anymore (amarok 2.2.1 and few older versions).
Amarok is a free software music player for Linux and other varieties of Unix, as well as Windows since version 2.0 (through KDE for Windows). It makes use of core components from the K Desktop Environment, but is released independently of the central KDE release cycle. The lat version of AmaroK is the latste release […]
75Posted September 29, 2009 by M.el Khamlichi
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