Tomahawk 0.8.2 running on Linux Mint
|Original author(s)||Christian Muehlhaeuser|
|Initial release||25 March 2011|
|Written in||C++ (Qt)|
|Operating system||Linux, Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows, FreeBSD, Android (Beta)|
|License||GNU General Public License Version 3|
Tomahawk is a free, open-source cross-platform music player for Windows, Mac OS and Linux. An Android client is currently in beta. It focuses on the conglomeration of the user's music library across local and network collections as well as streaming services.
Tomahawk has a familiar iTunes-like interface. The left column offers access to playlists, search history, favorite tracks, charts, and other categories.
- Google Play Music
- Beats Music
- Rdio (currently Android only)
- Deezer (currently Android only)
Toma.hk and Hatchet
In 2013 Tomahawk launched HTML App Toma.hk. It lets users enter artist and song names, then Toma.hk spits out embeddable HTML code that can be inserted onto blogs and websites, allowing direct links to playable tracks online.
In March of 2014, Tomahawk launched its cross-platform sync and social platform called "Hatchet" in beta. Though still under heavy development, the service will allow users to see what other users are listening to and share playlists through the Tomahawk application. It also provides users playlist and "loved" track sync across multiple devices.
- G+ Community "Tomahawk Android Beta testing"
- "Tomahawk (for Mac) Review". PC Magazine. 28 February 2013. Retrieved 7 April 2014.
- Titlow, John Paul (15 April 2012). "Tomahawk: Fixing Our Fractured Digital Music Collections". Readwrite. Retrieved 7 April 2014.
- Warren, Christina (24 October 2011). "11 Apps and Services for Sharing, Discovering and Organizing Music". Mashable. Retrieved 7 April 2014.
- Steinberg, Scott (9 May 2013). "Tomahawk Introduces HTML App". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 7 April 2014.
- Sawers, Paul (3 July 2012). "Awesome desktop music player Tomahawk relaunches, and there’s a new Web version too". The Next Web. Retrieved 7 April 2014.
- "Hatchet aims to take an axe to world of siloed streaming music services". The Guardian. 4 March 2014. Retrieved 21 November 2014.