Release Notes: This version added a fancy audio analyzer visualization applet, smooth fade-out when pausing music, many UI improvements and visual tweaks including better support for alternate color themes, a significantly enhanced MusicBrainz tagger, power management awareness with a pair of new configuration options, and performance optimizations and responsiveness tuning all over Amarok.
Release Notes: This release brings a preliminary version of the Nepomuk Collection plug-in for storing track statistics and metadata, and statistics synchronization between collections and with Last.fm. The File Browser's behavior and appearance were greatly improved, and audio CD playback was resurrected (at least with recent phonon-gstreamer). A total of over 470 bugs were closed. There is a completely updated handbook.
Release Notes: The visual design was tweaked, removing the status bar at the bottom, and replacing it with more focused notifications up top, or where they make most sense. You’ll also see some nice new visual effects in the layout as well. The new Dynamic Playlist should be easier to understand. Some of the functionality changes are: a new AlbumPlay example playlist, a Quiz-play bias that will pick a song that starts with the same character the last one ended with, and preventing duplicate tracks. You will notice that you can now drag and drop on Collections, to copy or move within Local Music.
Release Notes: This release adds an integrated Shoutcast stream directory, support for custom labels, and an improved Magnatune shop download manager. The sound quality of the equalizer has been greatly improved. Amarok is now able to compile natively on OS X. Many bugs have been fixed, and the user interface was improved.
Release Notes: This release introduces integration of a DRM-free music store. Users can preview and buy music from the Magnatune store directly in Amarok. Another new feature is support for the Rio Karma portable player. Over 100 bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: New features include DAAP support for remote music sharing, Dynamic Collection (removable media support), and improved Last.fm streaming. Also, Amarok can now access MTP media devices, and is compatible with LibVisual 0.4 and LibTunePimp 0.5. Crossfading has been much improved, and many bugs have been fixed thanks to a code analysis from klocwork.com.
Release Notes: The main feature of this release is native support for last.fm streams. This includes advanced features known from the last.fm player, like Skip/Love/Ban, metadata, and cover images. Also there have been many usability improvements, a new icon theme, and support for custom scoring scripts. For visualizations, LibVisual 0.4 is now supported. Amarok can now be used with Creative Nomad player devices. Startup time has been improved, and many bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Changes include a completely revamped GUI layout, many usability improvements, a new icon theme, and support for custom scoring scripts. For visualizations, LibVisual 0.4 is now supported. Amarok can now be used with Creative Nomad player devices. Startup time has been improved, and many bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release offers tagging support for all major formats (OGG, MP3, MP4, FLAC, and RM), and an enhanced tag editor for collection management. It has complete support for many portable players, including iPod, IFP/IRiver, and generic devices. In addition to automatic score calculation, a manual rating is available. The user interface has been polished, including a custom icon theme. True gapless playback has been implemented, as well as support for multiple lyrics providers. Stability and performance have been improved.
Release Notes: This release introduces a new custom icon theme, and support for XSPF, SMIL, and WAX playlists. Further new features include extended Podcast support with metadata and images, an improved collection sidebar view, and better media device support. Ogg Vorbis radio streams now provide metadata. Many important bugfixes have been made, including memory leak fixes for the XINE and Helix backends.