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The Greatest Music Player of All: Clementine

I’ve used my fair share of media players and organisers in my life, on both Windows and Linux platforms. I thought I’d take you through my journey to discovering the best of them all. Back when I was a young child, I can vaguely remember using Windows Media Player 6 casually, but as soon as […]

Fix FLAC Files Not Playing on Android

A long time ago I bought an ASUS TF300T Android tablet and have been very happy with it. The only thing that it never did correctly was play FLAC audio files. According to Google, all versions of Android after 3.1 can┬ánatively┬áplay FLAC files, and since my device runs 4.1 it should be no problem, right? […]

ASUS Transformer Pad TF300T Review

I recently purchased a TF300T Android tablet from ASUS. The TF300T is a lower cost alternative to the much adorned Transformer Prime TF101. Even though the Prime is the flagship tablet from ASUS and the TF300T is technically a model with lower specs, it has a very important advantage over the Prime; it was released […]

Set Custom Clementine Visualization Resolution

I have used many music players in my lifetime. They have come and gone mostly due to changes for the worse. I have used Windows Media Player, iTunes, RealPlayer, foobar2000, MediaMonkey, Winamp, Amarok, Exaile, Rhythmbox and many more, but one stands alone – Clementine. Clementine was built on the old Amarok 1.4 series, and simply […]