by The Amarok Development Squad

The free, open-Several plugins support this music player.

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: The Amarok Development Squad

Release: Amarok varies-with-device

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Last revision: Last week

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Amarok is an open-The source, free and compatible, can be used ow, free to use, cross-Because there are so many features to choose from with this game, and because Windows has so many options, it is a great choice for anyone who wants a smooth, simple music player that is easy to use and easy to understand. Basic music players who offer no frills, functionality will be both happier and more satisfied than their basic experience.

For starters, Amarok has a more than capable scanning system, which will hunt for all songs on your hard drive and attempt to categorize them for you. Amarok is easy to use, so while songs are automatically sorted for you, it's convenient to rearrange them according to whatever order you wish. With it, you can keep track of everything from album art to lyrics to Wikipedia entries when songs are playing. In general, the lyrics keep pace with where in the songs lyrics are laid out, which is helpful when it comes to the songs lyrics. You shouldn't pull your lyrics for everything, particularly if it is a foreign language, but it works much better than not, even if it isn't every song.

A few of the Internet radio streams available on Amarok can also be picked on. This may not always work but it happens sometimes. Likewise, you can stream podcasts directly, as there are a significant number to choose from right from your player. There are a lot of podcast programs available, but so that it doesn't seem impossible.

Furthermore, Amarok also has numerous plugins, some of which are newer, more updated, and some of which are old, outdated, and incapable of operating. It is an obvious running theme for all software components. Nevertheless, you can still download many music players on the internet. Amarok has been around since 2003, so although other music players have lost support, gone out of business, or even ceased to exist, it is still capable of playing music. The best way to work with this is to experiment, as it does plenty of things right but suffers from flaws as well. There are no unnecessary plugin or script features (I definitely cannot use all of them).

A breadth of technical features for those who want it and simplicity for those who don't

  • Support for FLAC, Ogg, MP3, AAC, WAV, and many other file types
  • Auto-retrieves album art
  • Supports numerous online radio streams
  • Direct syncing with USB MP3 players
  • New updates and plugins created monthly
The software is helpful for my work with Windows 8 and Linux. By enabling it, it is also able to play music and download music on your system, for a whole range of reasons, finally enabling the possibility to discover new music, a great benefit for all users.
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