Harmony connects several streaming services of music, integrates and makes them available through a single application – this is similar to Nuvola Player, but in a single interface.
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Harmony – is a handy music player for Windows, Mac & Linux which supports basic music files, and services online-streaming, such as Spotify. It was created with the help of the framework Electron, and its interface is inspired by the appearance of iTunes.
Limitations of the Spotify API means that you will not be able to see the full catalog of songs. When you log in to your Spotify account, you will be able to search, filter and play tracks in your personal playlists and in my favorites.
- Play tracks from SoundCloud, Google Play Music, Spotify or your local tracks
- Sound menu integration
- Last.fm scrobbling
- Super sleek interface
- Keyboard control
- Background notifications
Google Play Music 2 Factors auth
If you want to use Harmony with your Google account using 2-factors authentification, you can create a specific app password or you can (altough insecure and at your own risk) enable the insecure app access in your Google account settings.
Installation latest version into Linux Mint:
2. Install, double click on the downloaded file.
Harmony also supports some simple combination of hotkeys to control the application when its window is in focus:
Ctrl/Cmd + D -> Toggle Dark mode
Space -> Play/Pause
N or Ctrl/Cmd + Right -> Next track
P or Ctrl/Cmd + Left -> Prev track
L -> Like track
Ctrl/Cmd + F -> Search