"Are you looking for a free and open source music player that
you can use no matter which operating system you boot or switch to
during the day? Meet aTunes, a small competitor to both Amarok and
Apple's iTunes. Its name sounds like a hybrid of the two, and it
tries to have a unique combination of the best of both user
"aTunes is a Java-written, cross-platform music player. It
supports a variety of common audio formats, including both open
source and proprietary codecs, due to its MPlayer audio engine back
end. Like many quickly evolving programs, it has a few issues, but
the better outweighs the bitter..."
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