Clementine Player Mac

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Get the latest stable version of Clementine for your operating system.

Clementine music player is a is a lightweight, clean audio app for Windows, based on the popular Amarok engine for Linux.Just like iTunes, Clementine lets you build up a personal music library by importing files and folders from your hard drive. Clementine is a multi-platform music player. It is inspired by Amarok 1.4, focusing on a fast and easy-to-use interface for searching and playing your music. You may want to check out more software for Mac, such as clementine-last-export, which might be related to Clementine.

1.3.1

Windows

32-bit

Downloads for other operating systems

1.3.1

Debian Jessie

64-bit

1.3.1

Debian Jessie

32-bit

1.3.1

Raspberry Pi

32-bit

1.3.1

Fedora 21

32-bit

1.3.1

Fedora 21

64-bit

1.3.1

Fedora 22

32-bit

1.3.1Clementine Player Mac

Fedora 22

64-bit

1.3.1

Fedora 23

32-bit

1.3.1

Fedora 23

64-bit

1.3.1

Mac

64-bit

1.3.1

Source Code

1.3.1

Ubuntu Precise

64-bit

1.3.1

Ubuntu Precise

32-bit

1.3.1

Ubuntu Trusty

64-bit

Mac1.3.1

Ubuntu Trusty

Clementine Player Mac

32-bit

1.3.1

Ubuntu Vivid

64-bit

1.3.1

Ubuntu Vivid

32-bit

1.3.1

Ubuntu Wily

64-bit

1.3.1

Ubuntu Wily

32-bit

1.3.1

Ubuntu Xenial

64-bit

1.3.1

Ubuntu Xenial

32-bit

1.3.1

Windows

Clementine Player

32-bit

Ubuntu PPA

You can download the latest version of Clementine on Ubuntu from the official PPA:

Dependencies for Ubuntu Precise (12.04)

New versions of Clementine require GStreamer 1.0 which wasn't included in Ubuntu 12.04. If you get errors installing Clementine you should add the GStreamer PPA as well:

Clementine Remote for Android

Unofficial packages

If you don't see your distribution listed above then someone else might have created an unofficial package for you.

Compiling from source

Compiling Clementine from source is easy on Linux.Download the source code package from the list above, and in a terminal window:

Clementine Player Machine

Bleeding edge packages

Development on Clementine happens inthe git repository.Check out the code by running:

If you'd prefer not to compile the development version yourself then try one of the hourly packages:

There's also an Ubuntu PPA for these development builds:


Clementine Podcast Player

Notes

Raspberry Pi is a trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation



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