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Tomahawk music player

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The way things have formed in our everyday computer usage experience right now, the overwhelming majority of users rely on the internet for both work and entertainment.

This has naturally transformed our music listening habits, making our local collection almost useless with on-line services offering everything you need and modern music players changing their approach because of this.

Tomahawk is the leader on this “new wave” that wants the modern music players connected with everything out there, in a constant effort for search and inclusion of all the available material no matter where it comes from.

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