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How to install Nuclear Music Player on Linux

Nuclear Music Player is a free, multiplatform music streaming software that pulls its content from various free sources all over the internet which includes YouTube, BC Bandcamp, SoundCloud, Vimeo etc. This can be compared to mps-youtube, but the difference is that Nuclear Music Player comes with a GUI interface. In addition to this, Nuclear Music Player can automatically scrobble to hence helping you to keep track of all the songs played. Lets take a quick look at its feature, before we install nuclear music player.

install Nuclear Music Player

Nuclear Music Player Features

  • You can search for and play music from youtube (including integration with playlists), bandcamp (including albums), as well as soundcloud
  • You can also search for related songs in youtube
  • Offers you ability to download from youtube as well
  • You can also search for albums (powered by and musicbrainz), album view, automatic song lookup based on artist and track name
  • Allows you to export song queues as a playlist
  • You can now store saved playlist in json file format
  • Offers ability to scrobble to (along with updating the ‘now playing’ status)
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Download Nuclear Music Player for Windows, Linux and AppImage

Install Nuclear Music Player on Ubuntu 17.04 and others

sudo apt install gdebi


sudo gdebi nuclear-george-linux-x64.deb

How to uninstall Nuclear Music Player from Ubuntu

sudo apt remove nuclear

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This sounds like it’;s just what I want – BUT – there does not seem to be either a zypper command or YAST way of installing to OpenSuse (Tumbleweed).