Linux provides more than one way to listen to music collections. The bare-bones solution is to click on a music file from within a file manager app. The high-end approach is to playback music with Amarok. Amarok is a sound-system-independent audio player with a flexible interface that uses a browser-like design. Amarok does what a simple file manager cannot do. It lets you create playlists to maximize your music listening activities. The latest version, Amarok 2.3.0, was released on March 15.
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