Managing music


Article from Issue 92/2008

Originally inspired by Apple’s iTunes, Rhythmbox organizes your music collection, and more.

The Rhythmbox project page concisely describes the program as an integrated music player and management application. Originally inspired by Apple’s iTunes, Rhythmbox organizes your music collection for easy searching and sorting, provides lyrics and album art displays, connects to online music stores, supports iPod and other removable media, and in general is a very cool program.

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