- Dynamic Playlists - create playlists that automatically update.
- Context View - customize interface with the Plasma powered Context View.
Amarok is a powerful music player for Linux, Unix and Windows OS with an intuitive interface.
It makes playing the music you love and discovering new music easier than ever before – and it looks good doing it!
It can be used to organize a library of music into folders according to genre, artist and album.
It can edit tags attached to most music formats, associated album art, attach lyrics and automatically “score” music by keeping play count statistics.
- Scriptable Services - integrate other web services into Amarok. but not the ultimate audio player (in my opinion, i Tunes).
Amarok is a powerful music player with an intuitive interface.
It makes playing the music you love and discovering new music easier than ever before and it looks good doing it!
Lyrics, inside your music player, and they will scroll with the song, so there’s no confusion what line you should sing next. And of course, you can edit the lyrics if you feel they are wrong.
However, it may not always find lyrics, especially for non-English songs. Technically, you will be marking positions inside tracks, and then you can view them through the Bookmark Manager.
My curiosity peaked with the extensive Plasma testing I did last month in my somewhat ultra-long article The State of Plasma. When the player launches, it will try to initialize all sorts of Internet services as well as scan your local directories for songs. The tracks are sorted in a nice, elegant way in the side pane, and you can also re-arrange and re-order them as you see fit.