KDE is proud to present you Amarok 2.6. While it brings a reasonable set of new features, the focus of this release was on bug fixing and improving the overall stability.
on 08/14/2012 – Made popular on 08/14/2012
Let's rejoice and celebrate: Amarok 2.6 is here! The Amarok Team is proud to present you the result of their work over the last 7 months. With a reasonable set of new features, we focused this release on bug fixing and improving the overall stability, making this the most stable Amarok release ever.
A New Year, a new Amarok! The Amarok Team is proud to present the new Amarok 2.7, codenamed "A Minor Tune".
This version comes with the following brand new major features, developed during last year's Google Summer of Code:
The Amarok team is excited to announce the release of Amarok 2.2. In three and a half months, Amarok has made a huge leap forward, gaining many new features and a lot of old features from 1.4 have returned.
The Amarok team just released Amarok 2.3.0. It comes with many bugfixes and improvements such as a new funky toolbar and a rewritten file browser featuring much better integration with the rest of Amarok.
The Amarok team is proud to announce that Amarok 2.2.2 has been released. After 8 weeks of development and a beta release in mid-December, the source code and packages for some distributions are now available on the download page.
Linux provides more than one way to listen to music collections. The bare-bones solution is to click on a music file from within a file manager app. The high-end approach is to playback music with Amarok. Amarok is a sound-system-independent audio player with a flexible interface that uses a browser-like design.