BeatBox Music Player 0.7 release has tons of new changes and features in user interface. The preferences window updated to include preferences for plugins, introduces support for plugin with dedicated category and with more robust User Interface for general settings.
BeatBox media player is a stable, fast and comfortable music player that is designed to play media files and it is written in Vala. Beatbox player has option to play music in shuffle mode, listen internet radio, perform searches within the library, view albums, edit playlists, podcast and synchronize player with your Last.FM account.
BeatBox 0.7 Features
- Plugin support.
- Automatic DB upgrading for newer versions.
- Better last.fm authentication.
- Smart auto scroll to current song.
- Horizontally scrolling fixed.
- Gapless playback.
- Improved start-up speed.
- Multi-library management. Podcasts now have separate library for each separate folder..
If you would like to know more features and details about BeatBox 0.7, please visit their Change Log Page.
Installation of BeatBox 0.7 Music Player
From the Desktop press CTRL + ALT + T to open terminal and run the following command to add the BeatBox PPA for Ubuntu 12.10/12.04/11.10/11.04/10.10/10.04, Xubuntu 12.10 and Linux Mint 13.
$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:sgringwe/beatbox
Next, update the system software’s by running the update command on the terminal.
$ sudo apt-get update
Now, install the BeatBox 0.7 by running following command on the terminal.
$ sudo apt-get install beatbox
Starting BeatBox 0.7 Music Player
Finally, start the BeatBox Player by executing following command on the terminal.
$ sudo beatbox
Running BeatBox 0.7 Music Player on Ubuntu 12.10
Running BeatBox 0.7 Music Player on Xubuntu 12.10
Running BeatBox 0.7 Music Player on Linux Mint 13
That’s All, enjoy the BeatBox 0.7 Music Player on your system. Please share this article with your friends.
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