MUSICBEE FOR LINUX

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GeorgeSteven
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MUSICBEE FOR LINUX

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Hello,

I like very much this media player, but I was wondering are there any plans to for the linus OS such as Ubuntu?

Thanks.
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I never heard of it so I had to search. Looks pretty. It's for Windows only so you would have to ask the developers if they have plans for Linux, I would say doubtful.
There are Linux players that are similar. Elisa is one which is under heavy development for KDE and it was coming along nicely last I looked. https://community.kde.org/Elisa
Music players is one category of which Linux has many.
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I used to use Musicbee on Windows and I found it very difficult to find something as good on Linux. It would be best to ask the developer on their forum for this although at this point, if no work has been made towards it by now, I think it's doubtful that it will happen.
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tristan.tarrant wrote: Wed May 19, 2021 1:16 pm I like https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Lollypop
Exactly what I've been looking for.. ty!
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I use and recommend Clementine
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