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Clementine is a modern music player and library organizer. Based on an older version of Amarok, Clementine focuses on providing "a fast and easy-to-use interface for searching and playing your music.", with some features rewritten to take advantage of Qt4. It supports Internet radio streams, cloud computing services like Dropbox and Google Drive, CUE sheets, tabbed playlists, audio CD playback and much more. It supports Windows, Linux, OS X, and Android operating system.


Audacious is an open source audio player with a focus on low resource usage, high audio quality, and support for a wide range of audio formats. Audacious began as a fork of Beep Media Player, which was a fork of XMMS. Unlike some audio players, Audacious doesn't use a lot of system resources, so it doesn't degrade system performance when you're using your PC for other tasks as well as listening to music. It supports Windows and Linux operating system.


Ardour is a hard disk recorder and digital audio workstation application, designed for use by professional audio engineers, musicians, soundtrack editors and composers. Key features include support for most hardware, flexible recording, unlimited multichannel tracks, unlimited undo/redo and much more. IT supports Linux, Windows and OS X operating system.


Stellarium renders 3D photo-realistic skies in real time with OpenGL. It displays stars, constellations, planets and nebulae, and has many other features including multiple panoramic landscapes, fog, light pollution simulation and a built-in scripting engine. It confines the point of view to planet earth rather than allowing users to zoom throughout the universe, but it is so accurate that it is used by many planetariums. Stellarium comes with a star catalog of about 600 thousand stars and it is possible to download extra catalogs with up to 210 million stars.


KStars is a graphical desktop planetarium for KDE. It provides an accurate simulation of the night sky, as seen from any location on Earth, on any date. KStars lets users view "up to 100 million stars, 13,000 deep-sky objects, all 8 planets, the sun and moon, and thousands of comets and asteroids." It also includes a number of tools helpful for amateur astronomers, such as an observation list, an FOV editor, a sky calendar, supernova alerts and a glossary of technical terms. It supports Windows and Linux operating system.


Celestia is an OpenGL-based 3D space simulation for Windows, Linux, OS X, that lets you travel virtually to anywhere in the known universe at any time, such as the solar system, the stars, and even beyond the galaxy. It displays hundreds of thousands of celestial bodies as they would appear in the night skies. Users can visit over 100,000 stars, 100 solar system bodies, and all known extrasolar planets.

Common Voice

Mozilla's responsive web, Android and iOS apps for collecting public voice data.


Amarok - the audio player for KDE

There are many media players around these days, it's true. What's missing from most
players is a user interface that doesn't get in the way of the user. How many
buttons do you have to press for simply adding some new tracks to the playlist?
Amarok tries to be a little different, providing a simple drag and drop interface
that really makes playlist handling easy.


Apache OpenOffice

Apache OpenOffice is a multiplatform and multilingual office suite and an open-source project. Compatible with all other major office suites, the product is free to download, use, and distribute.


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