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Nuvola Player
Cloud music integration for your Linux desktop

About

Nuvola Player is a runtime for web-based music streaming services providing more native user experience and integration with Linux desktop environments than usual web browsers can offer. It tries to feel and look like a native application as possible.

Desktop Integration

Goal of Nuvola Player is to provide better user experience and desktop integration than common web browsers can offer.

Music Streaming Services

On February 22th 2016, Nuvola Player 3 shipped with 19 music streaming services.

Install Stable Releases

Nuvola Player 3.0.7 was released on February 26th, 2017. See release notes for more information.

Install Rolling Releases

Nuvola Player 3.1 Rolling was forked from Nuvola Player 3.0 on December 30, 2015. New builds are constantly rolling out as new features are being developed. These builds are provides for Patrons as a benefit for their support. Nuvola Player 3.1 Milestone 1 was released on October 30th, 2016.

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Get Help

If you have any issue with Nuvola Player, take a look at following documentation and user support resources:

Show Your Gratitude

My work on Nuvola Player is funded by Nuvola Patrons. My dream is to work as an independent developer on open source software for all people around the world, software for you. If you like Nuvola Player, or even use it every day, you can show your gratitude by supporting the project. Thank you and happy listening! Jiří Janoušek, Nuvola Player developer

Our Patrons

These patrons support development of Nuvola Player. Thank you all!

Simon Law, Bart Libert, Bryan Wyatt, Christian Dannie Storgaard, José Antonio Rey, Cheetah, Ryan Wagner, Chris Beeley, Andrew Azores, David, Andrew Kvalheim, Balázs, Ben MacLeod, David Wiczer, Martin Wimpress, Duco van Amstel, Gabriele, Jan, Raphael Lullis.

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