Harmony Music Player Now Has A Slick Dark Theme Mode Among Other Improvements

harmony Hello fans of the Harmony music player, we’ve got good news for you: there’s a new update available for download and it’s packing a few improvments.

Harmony 0.3 was released today with a good number of added improvements, including an alpha plugin system for developers to contribute additional streaming back-ends to, an optional dark mode (Ctrl+D to toggle on/off), and yet again, more playlists for Spotify users.

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Other changes in the new Harmony 0.3.x include improvements to the responsive design – you can now reduce the player down into a mini-controller widget.

It looks like Harmony’s notifications still don’t have support on the Unity desktop (nor GNOME Shell) but maybe it’s a domestic problem due to our set-up method.

So if notification bubbles pop up on your desktop don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments section below.

Downloading Harmony 0.3.x

Harmony is a free, open-source software. You can find its source code on Github, along with pre-packaged installers for Linux (specifically Ubuntu), the 32-bit version and the 64-bit version.

You can also download Harmony as an AppImage for both 32-bit and 64-bit Linux distros. All you have to do is download the version you want, allow it the permissions it needs, and double-click to run.

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Okoi Martins Jr.
I'm a Computer Scientist with a passion for learning new things in fields ranging from theoretical implications of computer science and mathematical modeling to web development and music. In my spare time, I listen to music, read like a compiler, and learn like an A.I algorithm.

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