Lollypop is an open source music playing application implemented in Python/GTK+. It is designed for the GNOME desktop environment.
- Simple and intuitive interface which complies with the GNOME HIG (Human Interface Guidelines).
- Supports MP3, MP4, FLAC and OGG Vorbis audio files.
- Genre/Cover browsing.
- Genre/Artist/Cover browsing.
- Built-in search – search in your collection by artist, album, and title.
- Main playlist.
- Party mode – no effort mode; let Lollypop select the music.
- ReplayGain support.
- Cover art downloader with automatic artwork downloader from Last.fm, Itunes, and Spotify.
- Context artist view.
- MTP devices – sync your music with Android phones and any mtp devices.
- Fullscreen view – visual access from your couch.
- Radio support.
- Last.fm support.
- Auto install codecs.
- HiDPI support.
- Tunein support.
- Available for Linux distributions including Debian, Arch Linux, Fedora, openSUSE and Ubuntu with 32 and 64 bit architectures.
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