Nuvola Apps is a runtime for web-based music streaming services providing more native user experience and integration with Linux desktop environments than usual web browsers can offer. It tries to feel and look like a native application as possible. However, it cannot overcome common drawbacks of web-based music streaming: some music streaming services require Flash plugin and web apps usually have higher memory usage than native apps.
Nuvola Apps 4 is constantly evolving, to stay in touch
Nuvola 4 was forked from release 3.0 on December 30, 2015 and many changes under the hood have been made and a few new features have been added since then. The latest release is Nuvola 4.9 (December 17th, 2017). Key features are introduced bellow, see release notes for details.
Whenever you encounter a bug in Nuvola Player, don't hesitate to report it. First of all, it is necessary to submit your issue to the right place. Continue to the Get Help page.
Nuvola integrates a wide variety of music streaming web apps as well as generic web apps. Visit the Nuvola Apps Repository Index portal to find out which apps are available.
The goal of Nuvola project is to provide better user experience and desktop integration than common web browsers can offer. To take advantage of all available features, explore integration options according to your desktop environment:
Nuvola project provides cross-distribution flatpak packages of Nuvola 4.x, which contain all requires dependencies.
Follow installation instructions of Flatpak and Nuvola Apps Runtime according to your distribution:
Having trouble? We'd like to help! Search for information in the archives of the Nuvola Player Users mailing list, or post a question.