Amarok 2.3.0

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Amarok is a free software music player for Linux and other varieties of Unix, as well as Windows since version 2.0. It makes use of core components from the K Desktop Environment, but is released independently of the central KDE release cycle.

Much of where work has been invested in Amarok 2 is the Web services
integration. Now Amarok can connect to various Web services and access
the music directly, greatly expanding the potential number of songs at
your fingertips. Thanks to the powerful API, adding additional services
can be done with very little effort.


    Scrobble and listen to any radio stream with fully featured integration.

  • Magnatune

    Buy tracks from the integrated Magnatune store, and help support the music label that Is Not Evil.

  • Shoutcast Radio Directory

    Stream thousands of free Internet Radio stations right inside Amarok.

  • Ampache

    Connect remotely to an Ampache music server and browse, search, playback media files.

  • MP3tunes

    Download and Upload to your MP3tunes Locker in Amarok. Never leave your music at home again!

  • Jamendo Service

    Enjoy Jamendo’s rich database of independent artists.

  • OPML Podcast Directory

    Find, subscribe, and download audio and video podcasts from all over the ultimate podcast directory.

  • Librivox

    Listen to streaming audio books straight from the Librivox catalog.


  • Scripts

    Enhance your Amarok experience with community developed scripts.

  • PopUp Dropper

    Simplify drag and drop actions with the revolutionary PopUp Dropper menu system.

  • Multiple Language Translations

    Enjoy Amarok in your native language, with over 45 community contributed translations.

  • Cross Platform

    Thanks to Qt4 and KDE4 technologies you can run Amarok on Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows.

  • Collection Management

    Organizing your music collection has never been easier with Amarok’s powerful tagging, renaming, and sorting abilities.

  • Database Importing

    Import your iTunes or old Amarok 1.4 database and keep your playcounts, statistics, and scores.

  • Scriptable Services

    Integrate other web services into Amarok with community developed services.

  • Dynamic Playlists

    Create playlists that automatically update based complex, but easy to use, constraints. e.g., tracks from around the year 1967

What's New

  • Areas such as podcast support and saved playlists have seen huge improvements, as has the support for USB mass storage devices (including generic MP3 players).
  • A new main toolbar and a rewritten and much simpler file browser.
  • The file browser's look and feel now aligns more closely with the rest of Amarok with improvements such as breadcrumb navigation, and it is now focused on being a way to find and play music instead of being a multi-purpose file manager. 
  • The context menu of tracks in your playlist now offers a "show in media sources" option, making it easier to find the same track again in the collection browser for editing, moving or deleting the file.
  • Podcasts have received a configuration dialog allowing you to change the update interval as well as the location to store new downloaded episodes. Podcasts and saved playlists are now also grouped by source, and a merged view is available just like in your local collection - perfect for those that don't care where their music is coming from but simply want to listen to it. Now, when a new source of playlists or podcasts becomes available, Amarok will switch off merged view and show a collapsible list of your new listening sources. 


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