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Elementary music player ‘Beatbox’ sees development release

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If you’ve been dying to get your hands on a development release of the elementary projects’ new music player ‘BeatBox‘ then you’re in luck for it now has its own development PPA for intrepid testers to try it out from.

Beatbox is ‘yet-another music player’ for the Linux desktop. Written in Vala and created by Scott Ringwelski, the player is has been designed to be both light on resources and ‘elementary project’ styled.

So what can it do?

Play music (shock!)
Pre-configured smart playlists include ‘similar music’, ‘overplayed’ and ‘history’
Scrobble plays to your Last.FM account
Rate, Love or Ban tracks
Search for music
‘Shuffle’, ‘repeat’ tracks or playlists
See album art
Edit track metadata

rest here




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