Windows/Mac/Linux: The new version of the Amarok may not be life-changing, but it could certainly make your music life easier. BPM filtering, font changing, podcast importing and reorganisation join the regular bug fixes to make Amarok more stable and streamlined media player.
Podcasting may have seen the biggest amount of new features this time around, with OPML importing, HTML information, download limiting and update interval customisation as some of the top improvements. The download limiting especially should improve performance give you back some of your used memory if Amarok was using too much. In addition, podcasts now group better and can automatically download logos for each of your shows.
The Amarok developers threw in some fun new features, too, such as the return of custom labels and a new moodbar that lets you change the colour of the progress bar to fit your current mood. Font settings are editable, lyrics are easier to tweak, and you can also filter your music by BPM. There are tons of new fixes for this release, so if you'd like to see more, check out the release notes for more information.
Amarok is a free download, for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X 10.5. Note, however, that Windows and Mac builds are not officially supported and are "download at your own risk".
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