Terminal Music Player written in Rust. Listen to music freely as both in freedom and free of charge! Freedom: As time goes by, online service providers controls pretty much everything we listen. Complicated copyright issues make things worse. If my favorite song cannot be found in a website, probably I'll just not listen to them for years. Free of charge: you can download from youtube, netease,migu and kugou for free. No need to register monthly paid membership for several websites. As a contributor of GOMU, I met serious problems during development. The main problem is data race condition. So I basically rewrite the player in rust, and hope to solve the problem. As for now, mp3, m4a, flac, wav and ogg/vorbis are supported. By the way, for mobile devices, I recommend sync your music library with mobile by verysync and listen to them with vinyl(which I contributed also). If you wish to download mp3 from youtube, install youtube-dl.
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