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Play your music in an elegant way.

A fast, fluent, light weight music player written in GTK4, with a beautiful, adaptive user interface, so named G4Music. It is also focusing on high performance, for those people who has large number of songs.


  • Supports most music file types, samba and any other remote protocols (thanks to great GIO and GStreamer).
  • Fast loading and parsing thousands of music files in very few seconds.
  • Low memory usage for huge playlist with album covers, no thumbnail caches to store.
  • Sorts by album/artist/title or shuffle, supports full-text searching.
  • Supports embedded album art or external images as album cover, embedded can be exported.
  • Gaussian blurred cover as window background, follows GNOME 42 light/dark mode.
  • Supports drag-drop from GNOME Files, showing music in Files.
  • Supports audio peaks visualizer.
  • Supports gapless playback.
  • Supports ReplayGain track mode.
  • Supports pipewire audio sink.
  • Supports MPRIS control.

Details for G4Music

  • GPL-3.0

Last updated
  • 4 June 2024 - latest/stable
  • 2 June 2024 - latest/edge



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Where people are using G4Music

Users by distribution (log)

Ubuntu 22.04
Ubuntu 24.04
Ubuntu 20.04
Ubuntu 23.10
Debian 12
Linux Mint 21.3
Ubuntu 23.04
Zorin OS 16
Zorin OS 17
Ubuntu 18.04
Fedora 40
KDE Neon 22.04
pop 22.04
Ubuntu 21.10

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