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Amarok 1.4.5 Overview + Interview w/ Mark Kretschmann

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For people that have never used Linux, they may not be familiar with the quality of applications that are freely available on the Linux platform. If you have never used Linux then you are missing out some of the best applications available anywhere. One of the best applications to be found in Linux is Amarok. The program is similar to Apple’s iTunes, except Amarok can actually do a lot of things better. Recently the Amarok team has released version 1.4.5 of Amarok. This version will be the last in the 1.x series and the next release will be known as Amarok 2.0 and built specifically for KDE 4.0. Lunapark6 also got a chance to ask Mark Kretschmann, one of the main developers on the Amarok team and the person that actually started the project, some questions about the latest version of Amarok. See what Amarok 1.4.5 has to offer and read some of Mark Kretschmann’s thoughts on Amarok...

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