MPD is an amazing tool that lets you take control of your music library in Linux. Use it with NCMPCPP for the ultimate command-line music experience!
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RuneAudio is a powerful open-source media center that can turn your Raspberry Pi into a DIY Hi-Fi system. Learn the simple setup process.
There are plenty of Linux music players out there, and it is hard to find the best one. Here are some Linux music players you might consider switching to.
What if there was a way to access your Google Play Music library from your desktop? Luckily, there is! Meet the Google Play Music Desktop Player.
While Google Music is a great app for Android, many of us have music players installed which we are partial to. Here is how you can access your Google Music library in other music players.
If you’re a fan of material design and want a music player with great design and functionality, here are five material design music players for Android worth checking out.
MediaMonkey is a media player with some serious media organizing capabilities while being both lightweight and easy to use. Check out its review and giveaway.
Cantata is a new music player for Linux with plenty of options and services and has a few features that make it stand out from the rest. Let’s check it out.
iTunes is not the only music player in the market. Winyl is yet another music player that gives you the flexibility to customize its UI and features.
Wanted to try something new? Here are 5 alternatives music players for Android that are potentially different enough to be attractive in the right way.
There are always better music player apps than the default player that came with your phone. Check out 5 of the best music player apps for Android.
In the “Sounds & Video” category of Ubuntu Software Center, 3 of the top rated music players are Audacious, Clementine, and Qmmp. Let’s check them out.
If you are looking for a great source of music and can’t pay the monthly fees that services such as Google Music All Access charge, then Torch Music is a great option.
Google doesn’t provide a Linux desktop client for Google Music. If you are a Linux and Rhythmbox user, here is how you can access Google Music in Rhythmbox.
We all listen to music on our computers, but not all of us know how to organize our music library well. This article will show you some useful tips to organize your digital music into a collection inside Windows that is both attractive and well-ordered.
One of the things that is lacking in the Spotify app is that there’s no internal equalizer, so you can’t boost the quality of Spotify music, and it often sounds kind of flat. Equalify is a free Windows program that can boosts the quality of Spotify music.
YouTube has the greatest video database in the whole Internet, but its user interface is definitely not the best. Jiggyape is an online video player that provides a much better user interface than YouTube and allows you to create and save your playlist without having to login to your Youtube account or create a new user account. Check it out.
Learn how to control the Spotify music player on Mac with a small desktop accessory called Bowtie. This app stays within quick reach and helps to save time.