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amaroK is a music player for Linux and Unix with an intuitive interface. amaroK makes playing the music you love easier than ever before - and looks good doing it. The new amaroK via beta versions and SVN will have had a sneak peek at the new features, but for everyone else, here's the lowdown: […]

amaroK is a music player for Linux and Unix with an intuitive interface. amaroK makes playing the music you love easier than ever before - and looks good doing it.

The new amaroK via beta versions and SVN will have had a sneak peek at the new features, but for everyone else, here's the lowdown:

  • Tagging support for all major audio formats (OGG, MP3, MP4, FLAC and RM)
  • Enhanced media device support (iPod® IFP/IRiver®, generic devices)
  • Reworked tagging dialog for better management of the collection
  • Non-KDE users are now able to set their default browser without installing KDEBase
  • Consistent and independent icon set
  • Option to view wikipedia articles in another language by default
  • Gapless playback for the xine engine
  • User-based rating system
  • More options to configure the sidebar

For a full-featured guide of hottest new stuff, including screenshots, have a look at the What's new in 1.4 page.

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