Cloud music from the Linux terminal


  1. Spotify

    With Tizonia you can listen to your Spotify playlists, using minimal resources, from the Linux terminal.

    (Spotify Premium required)
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  1. Google Play Music

    With Tizonia, you can stream your Google Play Music library, and search the Google Play Music Unlimited catalogue.

    (Unlimited search requires subscription)
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  1. SoundCloud

    With Tizonia, you can search and listen to the world's sounds with the simplest command-line interface.

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  1. YouTube

    With Tizonia you can listen to YouTube audio streams, playlists and mixes.

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  1. Dirble

    With Tizonia you can search and listen to thousands of Internet radio stations using the Dirble station directory.

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  1. Other Features

    • SHOUTcast/Icecast LAN server for local MP3 files.
    • Player for local MP2, MP3, AAC, OGG/VORBIS, FLAC, OPUS, WAV/AIFF files.
    • MPRISv2 remote control interface.
    • A multimedia framework based on OpenMAX IL 1.2. No ffmpeg, libav, gstreamer or libvlc required.
  2. Roadmap

    • Chromecast support.
    • LAN streaming (Icecast/SHOUTcast) of cloud streams (currently only local MP3s).
    • REPL command line interface.
  3. News

    • (August 04, 2017) Version 0.9.0 released.
    • (June 25, 2017) Version 0.8.0 released.
    • (Mar 02, 2017) Version 0.7.0 released.
    • (Jan 15, 2017) Version 0.6.0 released.

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