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Review: Rhythmbox 0.12.0 in Ubuntu 9.04

Jul 23, 2009, 18:02 (0 Talkback[s])


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"The interface is divided between the playlist, which by default takes most of the window space, an artists widget, an albums widget and a left side bar with access to podcasts, library, podcasts, services which also displays cover art for the currently playing album.

"The playlist allows columns like artist, album, quality, location, play count and it can also be sorted. You can customise which columns to be shown and which not in the Edit -> Preferences window, General tab. You can shuffle or repeat the playlist too.

"The side bar includes tabs for a complete customisable queue which you can also save to a file, music library, podcasts, Last.fm integration, radio and playlists. Aside from those, Rhythmbox also offers access at two music stores which are integrated inside it: Magnatune and Jamendo. Those two are renowned websites which feature artists composing music using a free, permissive license."

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