A GNOME music player.
- Free • Open Source
- Audio Player
- Internet Radio Service
What is Lollypop?
mp3, mp4, ogg, and flac. Genre/Cover browsing Genre/Artist/Cover browsing Search Main playlist (called queue in other apps) Party mode Replay gain Cover art downloader Context artist view MTP sync Fullscreen view Radios support Last.fm support Auto install codecs HiDPI support TuneIn Radio support
Comments and Reviews
- Audio Player
Lollypop is a very powerful and good looking music player and manager for Linux. I've tried the others (Banshee, Clementine, Strawberry, Rhythmbox...) and they don't come close to Lollypop.
It has the two features I look for in a media player, smart playlists and ratings.
Unlike the wasteland of dead and dying Linux music players Lollypop is very actively developed. Over the last 90 days it's had 891 commits and 21 deployments.
Cedric is very responsive to user requests for help and new features. He has closed 1982 issues over the past four years!
I've migrated my multi-thousand track library from iTunes to Lollypop.
I like lollypop because it plays my music library and displays the tags correctly, and apparently those are difficult things for music players to do
Feels a lot like iTunes, which in my opinion nailed the UI. Very clean and smooth interface. All I would ask for is better mp3 tag editing, as it is virtually nonexistent other than rating and album art.
Nice and very easy to use interface. Beauty with Gnome or KDE. Great for playing during a party or with friends. But I still use Clementine for organizing my folders, since I cant find a way to alter ID tags of music.
Hideous logo, but lovely everything else. Free, open source, great artwork handling (better than Clementine and Rhythmbox). Simple to use and functional.
Simple music player with easy to use interface... Not too compilcated!