Rhythmbox, an integrated music management application, originally inspired by Apple's iTunes and designed to work well under the GNOME desktop environment, is now at version 2.98.
Rhythmbox 2.98 brings us a little closer to the 3.x branch, but the suspense continues as the developers release another update in the 2.x branch.
Highlights of Rhythmbox 2.98:
· A new dialog for importing music into the library has been added;
· A new audio CD metadata lookup library, replacing libmusicbrainz, has been added;
· Transitions between album art images have been improved;
· Nautilus cluebar buttons now result in the right source being selected;
· The Grilo plugin has been ported to grilo 0.2 API;
· Users can now search musicbrainz for album art by album and artist name;
· Love/ban buttons are now visible in last.fm/libre.fm sources.
A complete changelog can be found in the official announcement.
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