Someone already came up with the idea of swapping the first letter in the name of an application to play and manage Apple's music library, as well as to purchase songs and apps, to create a similar tool. That's how iTunes became aTunes a great music player for Linux distros like Ubuntu.
Music player and collection manager
The main functions of this program have to do with playing and managing music. With the latter we can organize absolutely everything, allowing us to search for a song by name, the album it belongs to and band or musician that performs it, but also other info contained in the metadata.
Much more than a decent music player for Linux.
Downloading aTunes is a good idea if we're looking for a sober and functional program. And especially if we want a tool to handle our entire MP3 collection that works well with large music collections:
- Complete music collection manager.
- Plenty of information about songs, lyrics, covers, albums, year of publication...
- Different ways to browse through the music.
- Full-screen mode.
- Possibility to customize aspects such as the distribution of the interface or its skins.
- Compatible with different formats: MP3, WMA, OGG, WMA, MP4 and FLAC.