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Bangarang - A KDE Media Player That Has Every Potential To Became a KDE Default

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Now, the default Dragon Media Player of KDE have a serious competition in Bangarang. Dragon player is simple yet totally functional, which I think are the most basic trait to became the default in any desktop environment. On the other hand Bangarang is new, it's good and it is rapidly improving.

A Short Review of Bangarang

Bangarang is a comparatively new KDE media player which is undergoing rapid development. Latest stable release of Bangarang fixes a lot of bugs and it is nicely integrated with KDE 4.4 desktop environment. Bangarang is a media player for everyone, not just for power users.

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