Rhythmbox, an integrated music management application, was originally inspired by Apple's iTunes. This open source app works on the Gnome Desktop and is based on the powerful GStreamer media framework. If you have read recent Linux Picks columns, you know that the Linux world of apps gives you several excellent choices to feed your portable music-playing devices. You also know that Amarok and Listen are two of my favorite music-playing Linux apps. However, that high-mark ranking could change as I continue to use Rythmbox.
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