Windows, Mac, Linux, 30+ languages, 64-bit support, cross-platform and open source music player… dev preview now avail for download, go get it! – “Songbird 0.2 is a preview release to let developers and early birds who can’t wait for 1.0 explore Songbird’s potential. Check the release notes. Songbird has already attracted some birdwatchers. Ross Karchner at Ross Notes says, “It’s like taking iTunes, ripping out the music store, and replacing it with the rest of the internet.” We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. If you haven’t yet, have a look at our Songbird 0.2 screencast to learn what Songbird can do today…” – Link & screencast!
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Oops. Looks like we all killed it.
Looks sweet, though. I hope Apple is paying attention, because there is a lot of stealable ideas in Songbird. The DnD media from the web to a local library is going to freak even more music biz people out.
I’m interested in looking at how they did codec and API support. If you can just plug in a new codec, and have one of the excellent third-party ripper/encoders talk directly to Songbird, that would be an iTunes killer (for me).
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