Nuvola Apps Runtime 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.
Goal of Nuvola Runtime is to provide better user experience and desktop integration than common web browsers can offer.
Nuvola Apps Repository Index provides a complete list of supported streaming services.
Nuvola project provides cross-distribution flatpak packages of Nuvola 4.x, which contain all requires dependencies.
A new script was added to the stable Flatpak repository: Qobuz. KEXP Radio got a new maintainer and was adjusted to new player interface. Yandex Music was ported to Chromium-based backend for audio playback without Flash plugin. Finally, Nuvola Runtime received a few tweaks. Continue reading this article at Nuvola News
A new script was added to the stable Flatpak repository: Pandora Radio. Sound Cloud got a new maintainer and was significantly improved. Sirius XM was adjusted to recent changes in its web interface. Finally, Nuvola Runtime received a few tweaks.
Three new scripts were added to the stable Flatpak repository: Brain.fm, Focus@Will, and NPR One. Continue reading this article at Nuvola News.
Nuvola 4.11.0 was released. It is mostly meaningless for users of the genuine flatpak builds of Nuvola (they receive improvements, bug fixes and new features continuously), but packagers of third-party builds may find it helpful to get a fixed release that summarizes recent changes. Continue reading this article at Nuvola News
The latest stable Flatpaks of Amazon Cloud Player, BBC iPlayer & Jupiter Broadcasting — all maintained by Andrew Stubbs — were updated to use Chromium-based backend for music playback without Flash plugin whenever possible. Installation instructions were updated for Fedora 28, and Nuvola Runtime received a few tweaks. Continue reading this article at Nuvola News
The latest stable Flatpaks of 8tracks, Bandcamp, and Google Play Music were updated to use Chromium-based backend for music playback without Flash plugin. Google Calendar also uses Chromium engine for better performance and desktop notifications instead of web app alerts. Continue reading this article at Nuvola News.
The latest stable Flatpaks of Nuvola add a few tweaks. Firstly, Nuvola can detect when headphones are (un)plugged and mute, pause or resume playback accordingly. Secondly, theming has changed: Greybird is used as a fallback theme instead of Adwaita, and Nuvola no longer bundles other GTK+ themes but embraces Flatpak GTK+ theme extensions instead. Continue reading this article at Nuvola News.
Nuvola 4.10 was released. It is the first release to use a new experimental Chromium backend for five selected scripts to achieve audio playback without the Flash plugin. Continue reading this article at Nuvola News.
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