is odd that I remember in The H Open that came out a few days ago the new version of Nightingale, when I’m testing the same version for the same. But it has, and I must say that not bad this player , I’ve been groping as an alternative to Amarok / Clementine in Ubuntu.
not look too much into KDE this new version improves support for Unity and GNOME 3 , system notifications and sound menu system tray both desktops. Also, 1.12 Nightingale launches a plug-in that integrates SoundCloud.Remember
Nightingale is a fork of Songbird, developers emerged when the latter decided to leave the Linux version to focus on versions for Windows and Mac OS X. It’s a pretty complete player, based on the same technologies of Firefox , sharing with the additions or features like the ability to browse without leaving the application.If you fancy trying
Nightingale 1.12 , at its download page you will find packages that unzip and run the binary spare, plus a PPA repository for Ubuntu and derivatives Source code and installers for Windows and Mac OS X (also in AUR!).
I’ve tried this version, you could get many small and not so small flaws, but, for once, I’ll good : not sleazy visually supplements I installed work well and does not suck as much memory as expected. A pleasant surprise, with gaps.yarpp-related-none” class=”yarpp-related
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