The Lollypop is the open source and free music player for Ubuntu which has a sort of interface similar to iTunes. It comes with HiDPI support for high quality full screen view. The music player is based on GTK+ and available for Fedora, Ubuntu, OpenSUSE, Arch Linux and FreeBSD. It features artist biography, lyrics Artist biography, lyrics; Intuitive navigation in the music gallery; support for various audio formats including mp3, mp4, ogg and flac; Last.fm, Itunes and Spotify cover downloader; Support for MTP devices; Full screen display; party fashion; Native replay gain and music search by artist, album and title. And today we are going to show you how to install Lollypop music player on Ubuntu and Linux Mint.
Follow the steps to install Lollypop on Ubuntu:
1. Go to Ubuntu or Linux Mint your system
2. Open the command terminal by simply pressing CTRL+ALT+T.
3. Add lollypop repository to your Ubuntu or Linux Mint system by running the command below:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gnumdk/lollypop
4. After adding the REPO, run the system update command:
sudo apt-get update
5. Enter the command below to install the Lollypop.
sudo apt-get install lollypop
6. When installation is complete!! Go to your app and you will see the Lollypop icon.
You can download the Lollypop for other flavors here are the links: Fedora, Ubuntu, OpenSUSE, ArchLinux, FreeBSD, Source
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