Gmusicbrowser is a free open source music player for Linux. A simple, easy-to-use, lightweight music player. But it easily handles a large number of songs. It is currently being tested in a library of 27,000 songs. You can customize the Windows layout to lock playlists. Other features include bulk tagging and bulk renaming, search, customizable labels, and plugin support. Supports ogg vorbis, mp3 and flac files.
Install Gmusic browser on Ubuntu
Gmusicbrowser is available as an Ubuntu native deb package file. Download Gmusicbrowser from the development channel for the latest supported version. Then save it in your download folder.
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In the terminal (ctrl + alt + t), run the following commands one by one to install. Here, “gmusicbrowser_184.108.40.206_all.deb” is the downloaded file name. You can change the command based on the file name.
sudo dpkg -i gmusicbrowser_220.127.116.11_all.deb
sudo apt install -f
If you need an older stable version of Gmusicbrowser, you can download it here.