Harmony – Play Music from Spotify, SoundCloud, Google Play Music

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Harmony is a music player with simple interface and cloud compatibility.

Harmony supports music playing from Spotify, SoundCloud, Google Play Music and also from disk files. This iTunes look-a-like comes with cover flow display (album art) which you can use to browse your music library. It support native media keys in keyboards and in responsive in nature.


Built in Electron, it integrates itself in native OS’s sound menu and notification which helps you to control your music playing without interrupting your work.

How to Install

Latest version of harmony can be downloaded from official page.

You can also install Harmony 0.2.4 which is the latest version as of writing this, using below commands from terminal:

wget https://github.com/vincelwt/harmony/releases/download/0.2.4/harmony-0.2.4.deb
sudo gdebi harmony-0.2.4.deb

Once installed, you can run it via application menu.


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