After a year of development comes Clementine 1.2 , new larger version of this music player originally inspired by Amarok 1.4, which long ago earned their place in the Olympus of music boxes in Linux and beyond on merit. What’s new?
first thing that catches the attention of Clementine 1.2 is the new cloud services supported: Box , Dropbox , SkyDrive and Ubuntu One . If you have an account in any of them and music stored there with Clementine 1.2 can have it controlled-indexed-and of course play it. As for streaming music via wins support for Subsonic.
If you wonder how many support services Clementine at this point, this is the list (some require payment account to function):
Another novelty rather curious about this version is Clementine Remote, an Android app that’s not exactly new (testing took time with the development versions of Clementine), but is now open to all users. Is one “remote” to control Clementine from phone . Or, as they say in the description, “With this application you can control Clementine while sitting on the couch eating potato”.
Finally, in addition to many bug fixes, performance improvements and those small but important details that accompany each software update, Clementine 12 includes finally a sidebar module to manage playlists to keep in the same player.
If you want to know more about this release, here is the list of changes. In the official download page to find Clementine 1.2 packaged for Ubuntu and company (including PPA repository), Debian, Fedora, Windows and Mac OS X, in addition to the source code.