Unlike iTunes where adding tracks and controlling playlists is very tedious, Clementine is really a pleasure to make use of.
Among the features which i such as the most is will be able to keep our music (in addition to movies and documents) on the central file server running Linux and accessible through Samba.
iTunes just does not have the capacity to cope with this type of scenario. With Clementine I'm able to see the Samba server (or other location just like an exterior drive) and add individuals music folders towards the library. Clementine will scan all files and begin playing from the server without needing to copy that 500GB of information onto the 256GB SSD of my Mac laptop.
It is not all, Clementine has numerous more features up its sleeve. If you wish to do Karaoke, there's a tab known as 'Song Info' quietly panel also it pulls the lyrics of the present track on the internet (Last.fm)!
Another tab known as 'Artist Info' opens the Wikipedia page of this article within Clementine so that you can discover the artist when you enjoy the work they do.
Clementine has great support for podcasts, and in addition it supports a lot of cloud services so that you can connect Clementine to Dropbox or Google Drive and begin playing music saved on these clouds.