How to install Nuclear Streaming Music Player on Ubuntu
Nuclear is a free and open source streaming music player for Linux, Windows and MacOS. Using this your can stream you favorite music from any free source on the internet like Youtube , amendo and Soundcloud. You can also increase the stream support with a plugin. It also comes with last fm scrobbling support. You can also Listen the music from local system library. Some other features are download from youtube, browse by genre and popularity, Radio mode, Real time lyrics, Song queue and favorite tracks. It is released under GNU Affero General Public License v3.0.
Install nuclear music player on Ubuntu
nuclear music player available as a deb, AppImage and snap on Ubuntu. You can install from any of these methods on Ubuntu.
Install nuclear music player via DEB:
From the above download link download the latest nuclear music player installer in .deb file format. And save it on your Downloads folder. Then open the terminal (ctrl+alt+t) app and run these below commands one by one. If needed enter your user password.
sudo dpkg -i nuclear-fca030.deb
sudo apt-get install -f
Here the downloaded file name is “nuclear-fca030.deb“. you can change this command based on your filename.
Then open from your applications menu. Or run this command in terminal.
Install nuclear music player via AppImage:
Download the nuclear music player in portable standalone AppImage file format from the above top nuclear download link. And save it in the Downloads directory. Then run all below commands.
sudo chmod +x ~ nuclear-fca030.AppImage
You can change “nuclear-fca030.AppImage” this based on your downloaded file name.
Install nuclear music player via Snap:
If you like the easy method of installation then run this command in terminal. It will install the latest nuclear music player in snap package.
sudo snap install nuclear