Audacious has its origins as a fork of Beep Music player and as it matured has been the media player of choice for me for a long while.  The latest release is 2.4.0, which doesn’t fail to impress with updates to its GUI and a plethora of features that you’ve come to expect from the creators of what to many is the defacto media player on their distro.

Audacious offers support for a huge range of codecs, including but not limited to: mp3, ogg, FLAC, wma.  You can see just how comprehensive this support is over at the official page:

Get yourself a copy of this fantastic package today, if Audacious is not your default audio player, then shame on you!

Goblin –

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