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Rating and comments for Amarok


Average score 3.58 (based on 73 votes)

given by Anonymous on December 19, 2006

After using amaroK , i can't use other players.
That good.

given by Anonymous on January 8, 2007

Amarok is very good. My favorite features loading songs onto my ipod shuffle, and updating my last.fm chart.

given by Anonymous on February 12, 2007

It's the best player that I've run on linux.

given by Anonymous on March 10, 2007

Very good software. Works nicely with my iPod. Good interface and looks clean with album covers.

given by Anonymous on March 10, 2007

given by Anonymous on April 10, 2007

It's simply the best!

given by Anonymous on May 14, 2007

It is possibly the best media player out there.

given by Anonymous on May 23, 2007

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given by Anonymous on June 11, 2007

given by thesraid on June 14, 2007

Best Music Player ever! One of the reasons I stick with Linux dispite all it's failings

given by Anonymous on June 25, 2007

amazing program

given by Anonymous on July 13, 2007

Great player. Thought it was for all *nix

given by Anonymous on July 25, 2007

Excellent music player. Ingenious interface, simple, and great iPod support, as well as RSS podcast support.

given by Anonymous on November 5, 2007

The single application that kept me playing around with linux before i learned to like it. Superb player. Lyrics, last.fm, wikipedia data, all you could ever want and more. Also a beautiful interface.

given by Anonymous on November 5, 2007

Without doubt, the best player I've used!

given by Stephen on November 12, 2007

Amarok is, by far, the best music-only media player in existence. Unfortunately, it loses points because it's exclusive to Linux. While this is fine for my work-PC, where I run Linux all the time, it means I can't use Amarok at home where I run Windows. (I'd run Linux at home, but I can't play games on the platform.)

given by Anonymous on December 18, 2007

best audio player of all

given by Murrquan on May 1, 2008

Amarok is amazing. When I am in Windows, I miss it. When I use iTunes, I miss it. It's one of the biggest things about Linux that I look forward to. I want it back. >.

given by Jim on May 30, 2008

Lorsque la main d'un homme effleure la main d'une femme, tous deux touchent a l'eternite.,

given by Anonymous on September 17, 2008

given by Anonymous on February 12, 2009

Amarok is not linux exclusive ;)

given by Aleksandar on July 5, 2009

Simply = The ONE! Other OSes really need Amarok.

given by Anonymous on January 6, 2010

Amarok sucks on Windows - it crashes, not works.

given by Josh on August 6, 2010

AMAROK IS THE BEST MUSIC PLAYER ON LINUX, PERIOD! I haven't used it on Windows simply because I don't use Windows. :)

given by Tony on November 22, 2010

Sadly for most of 2010 this program has been so buggy as to be unusable. (Even the error reporting won't work!) under mint x32 mint x64 and PClinux KDE

Rhythem box is not as good but at least it is stable.

Songbird also crashes

given by Anonymous on April 26, 2012

wonderful program. love the built in lyrics. not Linux
exclusive, I have it on windows 7 and it works great.

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