Exaile Music Player Lives On, Version 3.3.0 Released With Many Improvements [Ubuntu PPA]

With no major release in more than 2 years, many thought Exaile, once a pretty popular music player (it was even the default Xubuntu music player), was dead. But it turns out that’s not the case and a new version – 3.3.0 codenamed “jump” -, has been released a few days ago.Exaile, an application designed with Amarok 1.4 in mind, but for GTK, comes with many of KDE’s Amarok 1.4 features, along with some extras. Since our last post on Exaile dates back to 2010, here’s a quick features overview:can handle large music librariestabbed playlistsplugins support which includes a huge list of pluginscover fetchingCD playback, iPod and USB mass storage supportadvanced tag editorReplayGain supportequalizer with presetsMoodbar integrationmultimedia keyslyrics fetchingdynamic playistLast.fm supportmany many other featuresExaile 3.3.0Besides dropping the leading “0″ from the version number (going from 0.3.x to 3.3.x), the latest Exaile 3.3.0 “brings hundreds of fixes as well as a lot of new features”, says the release announcement. Here’s a list of the most important changes in the latest Exaile:New / updated plugins: A-B Repeat, BPM Counter: manually set BPM per track, Group Tagger, History: keep history of played tracks and export them to a playlist, Inhibit Suspend, Last.fm Loved

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