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Ubuntu is now one of the most popular Operating Systems used in the world. The main reason behind is the open source nature of Ubuntu and the backing provided by the vast online user community. Today Ubuntu ranks in 3rd in the list of top OSs. The Open Source wizard supports a wide variety of software including media players. Today we review some of the best media software available for Ubuntus latest versions.

VLC Player: VLC player has been around for years now and it is well suited for all Operating Systems. It is platform independent and can be used as a media converter. It supports a wide variety of audio and video formats like Wave, DivX, MPEG, MP3, OGG, AAC and many more.

M Player: M Player is without a doubt one of the most preferred media software in all operating systems whether it is Linux based or Windows based. M Player offers a user friendly interface that is very lively and easy to use.

Amarok Player: Amarok Player is a media player that has Cross Platform support. It has a rich set of features and provides support for a number of well known media formats.

Songbird: Songbird is one of the most renowned media players in the open source world. The media player is completely free and open source and it is well known for its ability to interact with online contents using its plug-ins.

Banshee:Banshee is a well known media player for its ability to organize, play and share music. It has a stunning user interface and also encodes/decodes several media formats using the GStreamer implemented in its backend.

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