Nuvola Player provides a tight Linux desktop integration for web-based media streaming services such as Spotify, YouTube Music, Apple Music and others. The goal is to achieve more native user experience and tighter integration with Linux desktop environments than usual web browsers can offer. It tries to feel and look like a native application as much as possible. Nuvola offers background playback, handling of media key, integration with media player applets, Last.fm scrobbling, lyrics fetching, and much more.
For us, Linux is not a secondary platform but the system we love and use every day.
The following web-based music streaming services1 are supported by Nuvola Player:
Although Nuvola should work in all Linux desktop environments, we currently test only GNOME (Ubuntu, Fedora), Cinnamon (Linux Mint), Mate (Linux Mint), Unity (Ubuntu), and Pantheon (elementaryOS). We hope to explore other desktops in the future.
It also updates Spotify, Tidal, Amazon Cloud Player, Audible, Primephonic, and Qobuz. Continue reading this article.
Another monthly release of Nuvola Player is out in the wild. Version 4.20 introduces two new services Audible and Emby, fixes integration of Bandcamp, drops Tiliado accounts and begins preparation for feature requests voting. Continue reading this article.
Nuvola 4.19 was released. It brings two new services - iHeartRADIO and Pretzel and updates three services - Amazon Cloud Player, Spotfy and YouTube Music. Continue reading this article.
Nuvola 4.18 was released. It brings two new services (Apple Music and Gaana, an updated Qobuz script adopted by Romain Berger, and lots of improvements under the hood. Continue reading this article.
The streaming services are provided by third parties (the Providers). Nuvola Player project is not affiliated with, nor endorsed by, nor supported by the Providers. The service names and logos may be trademarks or registered trademarks owned by the Providers. ↩