Elisa is a music player developed by the KDE community that strives to be simple and pleasant to use.
Elisa allows you to browse music by album, artist or all tracks. The music is indexed using either a private indexer or an indexer using Baloo.
You can build and play your own playlist.
The program is Qt-based.
- Good integration with the Plasma desktop used by KDE.
- Four ways to browse your music: a list of all albums, a list of all artists, a list of all tracks or a list of all genres. Each method uses a view of all your music along with a filter to allow to quickly find what you are looking for. You can also filter by rating.
- Search functionality with the option of forcing filesystem indexing.
- Multiple folders to search.
- Create and manage playlists.
- Strong focus on the current playlist.
- View track metadata.
- Baloo indexing support.
- Internet radio functionality.
- Support for HiDPI displays.
- Works well with other desktops.
- Cross-platform support – runs under Linux, Android, and Windows.
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