Store music in the cloud is a great thing. Space there is massive, even for free. For the favorite operating system you need now only a useful software that summarizes as much as possible accounts to access quickly and easily a big amount of music.The Nuvolaplayer is for Linux is a good choice. What I like, for example, is the automatic download of lyrics, and compatibility with many cloud services.
Cloud Musik from audio player everywhere
Nuvolaplayer handles Google Play Music, Amazon Cloud Player, 8tracks, Grooveshark, Hype Machine, Pandora, Rido. For example, Google Play offers the ability to manage up to 20 000 titles and the upload is free too.
Install Nuvolaplayer in Ubuntu
Although the developer of the cloud music player has stopped working, the player is still available for Ubuntu 13:10 Saucy, 13:04 Ubuntu, Ubuntu 12.04 via a PPA. Who already tried several times after an operating system update to install the Cloud Player, got a surprise. Despite correct installation steps not much happened. And in fact, its only working the “unstable” ppa Whether in the future it works with a stable thing. For me, the unstable works, installation and functions of the Nuvolaplayer itself were correctly and without crashing.Who wants to use the popular cloud player and is not afraid of the unstable ppa can simply enter the following commands in a terminal:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nuvola-player-builders/unstable
Then update the database with the command:
sudo apt-get update
Then simply install the player along with optional flash plugin with the following command.
sudo apt-get install nuvolaplayer nuvolaplayer-flashplugin
ıllıllı Of course there are web things for cloud music providers. However, rarely is the ability to access multiple providers in a short time and so on as much music as possible. Maybe a reader of the blog knows a good alternative for a player that supports multiple cloud providers? I’m Very open to suggestions. ıllıllı