Review of the New Banshee 1.0 Audio Player

Banshee 1.0 comes with many features, like a pretty good collection management, audio and video libraries, support for podcasts and many plugins, a notable one being the integration and song submission.

Banshee 1.0 was released - read how to install it in Ubuntu Gutsy and Hardy

If you don't want to wait until Banshee 1.0 is added to Gutsy/Hardy repositories, just add this to your software sources (System > Administration > Software Sources -> Third-Party Software and click Add), for Hardy:

Banshee learns to sing

We've always been fond of Amarok. It has some good features, nice add-ons, and felt just a little friendlier than some other Linux media players. We recently discovered a contender to the title of most loved Linux media player, the ominously named Banshee. Fortunately, Banshee doesn't involve listening to shrieking demons, unless that's your genre of choice.

Rock out on Linux with the Banshee 1.0 beta 2 media player

It has been almost a year since we got our first glimpse of the next-generation Banshee media player. The latest beta, which was released on Friday, offers a wide variety of impressive features and a highly polished user interface.

Banshee + Brasero >> iTunes

Before you flame me, I’ll admit that if you really know and love iTunes (and maybe are tied to the iTunes store) then perhaps iTunes isn’t totally a waste of time. However, for me it is complete garbage. Allow me to tell you a little story.

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