Music Players

Rhythmbox

rhythmbox

Rhythmbox is an easy to use, simple music player. It is extremely simple and easy to use, holding many similarities to iTunes. If you are a Mac user or someone who is used to iTunes, well this is the Music Player for you.

Clementine

clementine

Clementine is basically the exact opposite of Rhythmbox. Rather than focusing on being simple to use and easy, it focuses on providing the most options as possible. As such, it boasts numerous options for it’s users. Due to this, it is one of the most popular music players for Linux, although not the simplest.

Audacious

audacious

Audacious is a blend between Rhythmbox and Clementine. It offers more features than Rhythmbox, but is much simpler than Clementine. If you are looking for an older styled music player that is simple to use but offers many features, then Audacious is for you.

Spotify

spotify

Does this music player even need an introduction? Probably not. Basically, it is a commercial music player that has a version for Linux. If you are willing to either stream all of your music rather than downloading it, or pay about $10.00 per month otherwise in order to get millions of music titles, then this is the music player for you.

GPMDP

google play music

GPMDP is a Linux solution for playing your Google Play Music. It successfully manages to bring Google Play Music to your desktop just for you. If you like Google Play, then this is the option for you.

Summary:

Music Player For Those Who Are Looking For An iTunes Alternative:

Rhythmbox

Music Player For Those Who Are Looking For As Many Options As Possible:

Clementine

Music Player For Those Who Are Looking For Something Between The Two:

Audacious

Music Player For Those Who Are Looking For A Way To Stream Music:

Spotify

Music Player For Those Who Are Looking For A Way To Use Google Play Music On Linux:

GPMDP

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