Monday, November 14

Google Music Frame 0.3 Brings Support for Gnome Shell Tray Icon, New Toolbar and More


A new release of Google Music Frame is now available. This release brings many new features including support for tray icons in Gnome Shell and Gnome Fallback mode. 

If you don't know, Google Music Frame allows you play and manage your Google Music library in a standalone desktop application. GMF have deep integration with different desktop environments like Gnome Shell and Unity.

Changes in this Release:
  • Tray icon support for environments without Ubuntu Sound Indicator (e.g. GNOME Shell, GNOME Fallback mode). The main window is hidden to tray icon if the close button is pressed while the music is playing.
  • Thumbs Up/Down actions for DockManager, Unity Launcher and other helpers.
  • New toolbar at top with useful buttons like refresh, settings etc.
  • Faster loading of web interface with browser cache support, new troubleshooting dialogue and translation updates.
To add the PPA and install GMF, run the commands below (for Ubuntu 10.10, 11.04, 11.10)

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:janousek.jiri/google-music-frame-releases
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install google-music-frame

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