How to Install Tomahawk Player In Ubuntu and Linux Mint

By | March 3, 2015

Tomahawk is a Beautiful music player for Linux because its user interface, also one of the feature rich music player application. Tomahawk has support the integration for streaming music player such as iTunes, Grooveshark, Google Play Music, Spotify, etc. So if you want to listen a song, just give the name, link, album, or playlist to Tomahawk and Tomahawk will find the best source for you and play it for you.

Top How to Install Tomahawk Player In Ubuntu and Linux Mint

Top How to Install Tomahawk Player In Ubuntu and Linux Mint

Tomahawk is a social music player, it can connect you to your friends and share libraries, playlist, and stations among friends, or maybe just listen to the song they are playing ?.

Tomahawk is a multi-platform music player, you can install it on Linux, Android,  Windows, or Mac/OS X. On Linux it’s available almost on all platform, also there is source code ready to download, If you want to download from its official website you can go here https://www.tomahawk-player.org/

Install Tomahawk in Ubuntu and Linux Mint via PPA

Tomahawk has its official PPA that you can use to install it in Ubuntu or Linux Mint or any other Linux Distribution that based on Ubuntu. To install Open Terminal and use these following command :

$ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:tomahawk/ppa
$ sudo apt-get update
$ sudo apt-get install tomahawk

Once Installed you can run it via your Unity Dash, now you can play your music with your beautiful Tomahawk Player, don’t forget to explore it too !, Here is the screenshot :

How to Install Tomahawk Player In Ubuntu and Linux Mint

How to Install Tomahawk Player In Ubuntu and Linux Mint

So how do you think this Tomahawk ? Is this player better than Clementine Music Player or the Default Music player for Ubuntu Rhythmbox ? You can leave your views on the comment below, Thank you !

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