Linux’s operating system Opera has released a new music player that it claims is “the most beautiful, easy to use, and most customizable music player ever.”
The new “music player for Linux” features an intuitive interface that lets you play and adjust your music from any device or browser.
While Opera says that this new “Music Player for Linux has the best and most comprehensive interface ever available,” it does not have a “default sound engine,” which could be a drawback.
The new music-playing system is “so versatile and fun that we’ve made it available for free on Linux and macOS.”
The company says that the new music players can play music stored on USB, the latest generation of flash memory cards, and other types of devices.
The company also says that you can now import your music library from your Android, iOS, and Windows phone to your new Linux computer.
There are also a couple of other features that make the new Music Player for the Linux operating system even better.
“The Music Player now includes a new feature called Music Streaming, which lets you stream music from the internet, directly to your PC or Mac,” the company said.
“You can use this feature to create music with a single click, or even to stream music via Bluetooth and DLNA, or to stream to a new Bluetooth speaker that you own.”
The Music Streaming feature also makes it easier to customize the Music Player, so you can set it to automatically play the music you want based on the volume of your system.
The music player is now available for “free download” from the Linux website.
There’s also a Linux Music app, and you can also buy a “Music Library” that can be downloaded from the Google Play store.
If you want to use the new operating system in conjunction with your existing music collection, you can download a “music-playing app” from Spotify.
“Music streaming is really simple to use and has an intuitive and simple interface, so it can be used by anyone, anytime,” the developer notes.
You can even use the Music Library app to “listen to music with any device.”