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Clementine 1.2’s new features

by Rob Zwetsloot

Clementine 1.2 is out soon, and the developers have made a list of some of its new features, such as streaming from cloud storage services

Clementine is one of the best audio players and managers currently available on Linux, with a huge array of features and a great Amarok base that has brought it a lot of fans in the open source community. The next version of Clementine, based on Amarok 1.4, is drawing to the end of its development cycle, and the developers have detailed some of the changes people will be able to expect when it’s released.

One of the major new features coming to 1.2 is the ability to index and play music from Cloud Storage services, specifically Box, Dropbox, Skydrive and Ubuntu One. Speaking of streaming, support for the great Subsonic will also be added. You’ll be able to remote control via Android, and play .mka and .oga file extensions.

Keep an eye on Linux User and the Clementine website for news of its release.

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    • Nick Heywood

      Wow! Looking forward to this release. Been using Clementine for ages. Well since Rhythm box was just a pain in the A%^