Rhythmbox 2.98 Released, Install It In Ubuntu

Rhythmbox 2.98 has been released yesterday, bringing a new dialog for importing music into the library along with some other small, but interesting changes and many bug fixes.Improvements in Rhythmbox 2.98:New dialog for importing music into the libraryNew audio CD metadata lookup library, replacing libmusicbrainzImproved transitions between album art imagesNautilus cluebar buttons now result in the right source being selectedUpdate notification buttons when playback state changesGrilo plugin ported to grilo 0.2 APISearch musicbrainz for album art by album and artist nameLove/ban buttons visible in last.fm/libre.fm sourcesThe complete changelog, including the bugs fixed in Rhythmbox 2.98, can be found HERE.Here’s the new dialog for importing music:Install Rhythmbox 2.98 in UbuntuThe latest Rhythmbox 2.98 is available in our Rhythmbox PPA, for Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal and 12.04 Precise Pangolin. Add the PPA and install Rhythmbox using the commands below:sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/rhythmboxsudo apt-get updatesudo apt-get install rhythmboxAnd a note: the plugins available in the third-party Rhythmbox plugins PPA, should work just fine with the latest Rhythmbox 2.98.
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