There's been a lot of talk about the demise of the iconic Winamp media player on the Windows platform, but Linux users have nothing to fear. Even if all the music players go unmaintained, there's still the terminal. Most of the things you can do with a GUI, are also doable in a terminal. The same is true for music players.
so i recently upgraded to the Galaxy Reverb from an Optimus V. With the optimus, transferring my iTunes music to my SD card was easy. I just dragged and dropped.
I tried this with my Galaxy Reverb and so far my music is hidden from my music player. I can go into the 'my files' folder, see the iTunes music and even play it! (play it from the pre-installed music players...
Hey how are you? I'm on windows 7 however I have been experimenting and trying out different cross-platform music players. I decided to post on here, because I've kinda come to a dead end in my search.
Decibel Audio Player is a recent entry into the already crowded realm of music players for Linux. A quick glance at GnomeFiles.org shows there are already close to 90 music players listed. Does the world really need another? Probably not, but that doesn't mean that Decibel Audio Player isn't worth at least a look. But first a couple sentences to define exactly what I'm looking at today.