Amarok, possibly the best music library manager

Wednesday, July 30th, 2008

Microsoft has Media Player, Apple has iTunes, and Linux has Amarok.
Usually, Linux applications tend to mimic their Windows or Mac counterparts, but in this case, Amarok ended being such a remarkable audio library manager that users are now yearning to see it ported to Windows and OSX. The KDE desktop application offers some features as handy as editing a playlist afterhand, editing song tags, physically saving song tags, physically sorting the file library, and real-time monitoring of folders.

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