Elisa 0.5.9 Released

Elisa Media Center version 0.5.9, codenamed “Confrontation”, has been released. Elisa Media Center is a cross-platform media center application developed by Fluendo S.L of Spain. This latest version comes with the usual set of bug fixes, and several new features.

Elisa Media Center is part of the default installation in Sabayon Linux, and may be installed on any other Linus desktop distro.

Some of the new features introduced in this version are:

  • Login to restricted services (therefore allowing more functionalities for said services inside Elisa for logged in users); currently supported: Yes.fm; next on the list: Flickr
  • A search engine: currently allows you to search for music in your local collection and on Yes.fm if logged in
  • A tight integration of the brand new Yes.fm, an online music service (currently limited to Spain), in the UI, allowing local collection completion among other cool features
  • Photo browsing by date

The complete list of new features and bug fixes are available here.

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