Lightweight, easy-to-use music player
- Build your own library
- Support for online music networks
- Includes tag editor and cover manager
- Visualization effects
- Nice interface and controls
- Not many library management options
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. This means you can comfortably listen to all your music from one single location, even if it’s scattered all over the system.
Besides playing music, Clementine also includes interesting extra utilities, such as a tag editor, support for online music services like Last.fm and Jamendo, a built-in online radio player and a cover manager that can find missing album covers for you.
Clementine doesn’t have as many library management features as we could expect from a music manager, but it's come on in leaps over the last few versions, managing to add extra features - like global hotkeys, sleek interface and good playlist management - while remaining a light, well-designed player that's perfect for those who prefer to stay away from bloatware.
Clementine is a lightweight music player with clean design and a bunch of interesting extra tools. Give it a try!
- In this release Clementine gains a brand new edit tag dialog with autocompletion and the ability to automatically identify music and fetch missing tags from MusicBrainz. CUE sheets are now supported - they are detected automatically when scanning your library and each track will show up separately. We've made a load of smaller improvements as well such as showing album covers in the Library tab, greying out deleted songs, a "Show in file browser" option, support for network proxies, a "Full library rescan" option, and a new tooltip for the track slider that helps you seek more accurately to a specific place in a song.