Thursday, October 25

Clementine Music Player 1.1 Released


Clementine Music Player 1.1 has been released with many new features and fixes. This major release brings long requested podcast support to the popular music player.

New features/changes:
  • Podcast support with integration with gpodder.net.
  • Add support for indexing and playing music from Google Drive.
  • Add Soundcloud support.
  • Add jazzradio.com support.
  • Moodbar support.
  • Show nearby concerts for an artist using the Songkick API.
  • Support "My Music" in Grooveshark.
  • Support logical operators in the playlist filter.
  • Remove Spotify and Grooveshark search playlists in favour of the Internet tab.
  • Support liblastfm1.
  • Make the grouping of global search results configurable.
  • upport top lists in Spotify (eg. top 100).
  • Support drag and drop from the global search to the playlist.
  • Support undo for playlist sorting and shuffling.
  • Updated global search UI.
  • Verify and backup database on startup.
  • Support mono playback.
  • Add an option to prefer the AlbumArtist tag over the Artist tag when scrobbling to Last.fm.
  • Add the ability to get a Grooveshark URL to share a songs and playlists.
  • Support loading spotify URLs from the command line.
  • Add "Very high" quality setting for visualisations.
  • Support setting the current album cover or a custom image as the playlist background.
  • Add support for darklyrics as a lyrics source.
  • Add %filename% as a custom OSD variable.
  • Show .mka, .ape and .wv in file view.
  • Load cover art from mp4 files.
  • Copy text from all visible columns when copying a playlist row.
  • Add "Edit file information" and "Show in file browser" actions to the file view.
  • Add Discogs as an album cover provider.
  • Nyanalyzer cat now goes to sleep between songs.
  • Many bug fixes. Full changelog here.

Clementine Stable PPA has not been updated with new packages yet.

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