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clementine music player

Clementine, a cross-platform music player inspired by Amarok 1.4, has reached version 1.1, getting podcast support with gpodder.net integration, modbar support along with other new features.


Clementine already had support for quite a few online services, such as Grooveshark, Spotify, Last.fm, Icecast, Jamendo, Magnature and others, and even more were added in the latest Clementine 1.1.: Soundcloud and jazzradio.com. 

The changelog also mentions support for indexing and playing music from Google Drive, but this feature was missing in my test, either because of a bug or maybe this feature is not available for Linux users yet.

Other changes in Clementine 1.1:
  • Podcast support with integration with gpodder.net
  • Moodbar support
  • Support top lists in Spotify (eg. top 100)
  • Support "My Music" in Grooveshark
  • Show nearby concerts for an artist using the Songkick API
  • Show .mka, .ape and .wv in file view
  • Make the grouping of global search results configurable
  • Updated global search UI
  • Add support for darklyrics as a lyrics source
  • Add Discogs as an album cover provider
  • Many bug fixes
A complete list of changes can be found HERE.


Download Clementine


Clementine binaries are available for Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian, Mac and Windows and can be downloaded from HERE, along with the source code.

Ubuntu users can also use the Clementine stable PPA do install / upgrade to the latest stable Clementine version:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:me-davidsansome/clementine
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install clementine
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