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If you are looking for Clementine, you have come to the right place. We explain what Clementine is and point you to the official download.

What is Clementine?

Clementine or more correctly as Clementine Media Player, is an open source music player with media library features available for Windows, Mac OS X, and UNIX-based operating systems. Originally launched in early 2010, Clementine was a fork of version 1.4 of Amarok, another open source music player; version 2 of the software was widely panned and Clementine was created in response to the criticism. As an open source software, Clementine is licensed under the GNU GPL (General Public License).

Among Clementine’s many features is its ability to tap into and stream from Internet radio stations such as Soundcloud, Last.fm, Spotify, and Grooveshark, with support for additional services in the future (it could even play songs a user has uploaded to a cloud-based syncing service such as Google Drive), and stream (or create) podcasts. Alongside its support for popular audio formats it can also play audio CDs, create intelligent playlists with extra features and functionality, and transfer to and from iPod, iPhone, or any portable music player connected via USB. Clementine can also be remote-controlled from an Android device or a Wiimote.

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File types supported by Clementine

Our users primarily use Clementine to open these file types:

About file types supported by Clementine

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Last updated: : June 11, 2014