It's the "one-stop-shop" feeling. Want to listen your MP3 collection? Use Amarok. Want to listen to various music streams? Use Amarok. Want to know what the heck you're listening to? Amarok knows it and is so kind and shows you all info in a nice context tab. Want to find one of your MP3's really quick? Ask Amarok. Its collection manager and various possibilities to show you what's on your disk just rocks. Want to convert Windoze users who keep getting on your nerves with BS like "there is no iTunes for Linux!"? Show them Amarok. It just makes them STFU. I converted some people who only and purely converted to Linux because they couldn't stand the thought of not having that piece of super-cool software on their HD ... even if it means changing to a different OS altogether Now they are happy, no more creepy activity from MS Media Player, no more DRM, no more viruses, no more spyware. People keep crying for BS like "Linux needs a killer app ... " ... Amarok is just that IMHO, it blows any audio player on Windows out of the water and the blue sky.hairy_Palms wrote: can someone tell me what amarok has that everyone thinks the alternative lack?
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