Miro 4 has been released with a long list of new features and fixes. Miro with version 4.0 aims to be a complete media suite and has come a long way from a being podcast/digital content service. Probably the most exciting features are inclusion of Music and App Stores.
Miro 4 looks very similar to iTunes and is targeting Android user base. It wants to provide same functionality to Android users which iTunes is providing to iDevice users: sync music, share music, install apps etc. Miro is completely free, open source project made by non-profit organization. Read on for new features.
Better Media Management
You can configure Miro to watch your audio and video folders. It will automatically add these files to your library. The interface for managing media library has improved and is now more intuitive.
Connect, Share, Sync and Convert
If more than one Miro is running on your local network, you can share your Music and Videos. Miro can sync to lots of devices, including any Android phone or tablet. Miro will even convert video files to the right format to play on your phone.
Stores, stores and stores
Miro 4 comes with Amazon MP3 Store, Amazon Android App Store and Google Android App Market.
Ubuntu App-indicator Support
Works perfectly with Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal.
Run the following commands:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:pcf/miro-releases
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install miro