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Play your music and videos. Keep up with your podcasts and Internet radio. Discover new music and podcasts. Keep your portable device loaded with good stuff.

Simple enough to enjoy. Powerful enough to thrill. Open source through and through.

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Rockin' Features

Sync Devices Sync Devices
Put media on your Android, Apple, or other player — or import from it
Discover and Subscribe to Podcasts Discover and Subscribe to Podcasts
Stay up to date with your favorite podcasts, and discover new ones with Miro Guide
Buy New Music Buy New Music
Get free and purchased music from the integrated Amazon MP3 Store
Queue Tracks Queue Tracks
Queue the track, album, or podcast you want to listen to next, or let the Auto DJ take over
Smartly Shuffle Smartly Shuffle
Listen to songs in random order, a song, album, or artist at a time, or with higher ratings preferred
Automatic Cover Art Automatic Cover Art
Cover art is immediately fetched for your music from a variety of sources
Powerful Search, Smart Playlists Powerful Search, Smart Playlists
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Banshee 2.6.2
February 18, 2020
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