Clementine is a cross platform music player and library organizer forked from Amarok 1.4.
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Pro Remote App for Android
There is a very good remote app for Android. The app lets you do a lot: from the usual volume controls to checking the lyrics on your phone, and you can even download the songs from Clementine onto your phone.
Pro Smart playlists
Clementine gathers the users' listening data to use for smart playlists. Clementine uses your listening history to play music similar to the music you play most - which typically is music you will like but maybe haven't discovered yet.
Pro Decent library management
Allows the user to move and organize audio files easily.
It's easy to find a specify album song (find artist, select album, select song).
It's easy to add songs to a playlist, queue the songs.
It's easy to rename files from their metadata (artist, album, song number...).
It's easy to add cover images.
Options to find duplicates, untagged songs etc.
Pro Tag editing
Clementine features competent tag managing for all music files. Be it album art or just simple text entries.
Pro Sensible UI
A fork of the 1.X line of Amarok, Clementine favours usability over design trends.
Pro Built in format conversion
Users can format any of their music files to a different format with Clementines built in format conversion tool.
Pro Supports a lot of online services
Includes support for services such as Ampache, Google Play Music, Spotify as well as many internet radio stations such as Jamendo and Icecast.
It is possible to make a search on all available sources (local and online) at once as well as mixed content playlists.
Pro Intuitive and fast to set up
Easily up and running with lyrics/equalizer/online info etc, within minutes after installing.
Pro Built-in equalizer for custom sound
There is a built-in equalizer, with many presets from genre-specific rock, pop, and party to experiences such as large hall and live. You can also tweak it yourself and name your own preset.
Con Resource exhaustive
Clementine uses up to 2 orders of magnitude more CPU than VLC and takes up about 180MB of memory, plus additional memory for spawned processes (tagreaders), while VLC uses 80MB with no other processes.
Con Not a lot of documentation
Clementine does not offer a lot of documentation, which can make discovering its features a bit difficult.
Clementine is probably the most fully featured music player for Linux, however it has its own issues. It crashes, and the occasional huge memory leaks can cause it to slow down your system.
Con Database regularly messes up
Con Bit perfect output is not easily configurable
Audiophiles want to play their expensive HD albums.
Con No way to search on filename
Con Slow to start in Gnome/Cinnamon
It takes about the same time to start as an IDE or Photoshop.