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Rhythmbox 3.4.4 Adds ListenBrainz Plugin, New App Icon

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A new version of Rhythmbox, Ubuntu’s default music player app, is available.

Rhythmbox 3.4.4 is a small update to this venerable player and was released back in January (but I’ve only just heard about it).

As Rhythmbox is no longer the default GNOME music player (a role now filled by the rather anaemic GNOME Music app) this player hasn’t seen much major development for some time.

But it’s not abandoned, as this update, the fourth bug fix update in the 3.4.x series, shows.

So what’s new?

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