It’s very easy to switch from iTunes to Miro—without any copying. Just point Miro to your music and video folders and those files will appear. If you don’t like Miro (impossible!), nothing’s changed.
Converts and syncs to Android
You’d have to be crazy to use a music player that doesn’t sync to your phone. Miro is simply the best music and video player for Android phones and tablets.
Download and play almost any video
Do you still use separate programs to download, play music, play videos, and sync to your phone? Miro plays almost any video or music format and downloads from YouTube, podcasts, Amazon, and bittorrent.
Convert any video
You can convert almost any video with Miro into mp4/h264, with presets for almost any device you can think of (including iPhones, iPods, iPads, Android phones, and more).
Share Your Media on your Network
When two Miro’s are on the same wifi network, they can stream and transfer music and videos to each other. It’s the easiest way to watch a video or play music upstairs if the file is downstairs.
Open-source—don’t lock yourself in!
Unlike some other media players (cough, cough), Miro is not trying to run your life! Not only is Miro 100% free and open-source, it’s made by a non-profit organization. You don’t need to be locked down by one corporation to have a great media experience.
Ultra-fast torrent downloading
Miro has some of the fastest bittorrent downloading in the world, built in. Try us head-to-head with any bittorrent application!
But it’s not about the features!
Miro has a lot of features, but that’s not what matters—it’s the experience. Miro is a simple, beautiful, unified way to download, organize, and watch videos and listen to music. And it’s totally free.
To install on Ubuntu via terminal :
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:pcf/miro-releasesSecond :
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgradeLast :
sudo apt-get install miro
OR Download and install manualy from author :