Clementine 1.0 Audio Player Has Been Released | Download

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Clementine is a music player inspired by Amarok audio player uses Qt framework, it works on Linux, MAC OS X, and Microsoft Windows operating systems. Few weeks ago Clementine 1.0 release candidate released and we have seen it running on Fedora 16 Verne. The final stable release Clementine 1.0 is now available to install. It looks quite the same to the release candidate version according to the changelog and bug fixes list.

What’s New In Clementine 1.0 “Stable”

Most of the new features we already have seen in the earlier release clementine 1.0 RC, however let’s rephrase these recently added new features and changes to user interface.

  • Add support to many internet radio station such as Spotify, Grooveshark, “di.fm” and “sky.fm”.
  • Ability to search through radio stations, and music libraries from single place.
  • Add Audio CD support.
  • Group album covers search results by category.
  • Select mostly suitable album cover through Amazon.
  • Ability to rename the playlist by double clicking on it.
  • Fix device detection by DeviceKit.
  • Issue noticed with Clementine 1.0 on Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot ” Global menu is not supported “.
  • Check the full changelog and bug fixes list Here.

Download Clementine 1.0 Final Release

Install Clementine 1.0 On Ubuntu 11.10 Oneiric Ocelot Using PPA

Run Terminal, then type

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:me-davidsansome/clementine
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install clementine

PPA works on Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal, Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat, and Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx as well.

Clementine offers binary packages for many Linux distributions and operating systems such as Fedora 16 Verne “RPM”, Fedora 15 Lovelock, MAC OS X “dmg”, Windows “EXE” and Ubuntu “DEB” packages as well for who don’t like to use the repository up here.

Official Download page for Clementine. “Check the third parties for unofficial packages”.

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