Jan 31.2020 - Version: 1.4.0rc1
Clementine for Linux is more than just an audio player, it is a tool that can help the user to manage their audio files effectively.
We present Clementine for Linux Player, the free internet audio player and manager that tries to delight you with many special functions. It is not so difficult to find an audio player, but it is much more difficult to find a good and reliable player.
Clementine for Linux Player is a very efficient player that you can try and will successfully and successfully replace iTunes or Winamp.
Easy to use, among the main functions is a tone equalizer, but also a tool capable of changing the labels of your music tracks, such as the title, author or even album name and you can convert audio files to P3, Ogg format Vorbis, Ogg Speex, FLAC and AAC and edit MP3 and OGG file tags.
In addition to the libraries created, the user can, if he wishes, access the live music through a file browser or access various online radio services (digital imported, Icecast, JAZZRADIO.com, Magnatune, SKY.fm, SOMAFM), listening services with payment (Spotify) or free (Grooveshark), sharing (SoundCloud), recommendation (Last.fm) or cloud storage (Google Drive). Of course, it will connect the software with its identifiers and passwords.
In conclusion, Clementine for Linux Player is an excellent player for music, and when it comes to system resources it is remarkably low power consumption compared to iTunes or Winamp.
Screenshots Clementine for Linux
Great on Linux never tried it on Windows. I really like it, use it and would recommend it on GNU/Linux, but it is still a virgin on the Windows platform. Its good, but there are better ones out there among the offerings. It may be a strong contender in the future.
Great OpenSource Music Player