Welcome to the official page of qAllInOne!
qAllInOne is a free open-source software created to provide users with an All-In-One media player, so it can view images, play videos and audio. Instead of having multiple separate software for each media type, qAllInOne aims on providing one software for all media types.
qAllInOne is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) v3, visit this link for more information: http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.txt
About this software
qAllInOne (aka qAIO) is a free open-source software developed by Mahmoud Jaoune (MJaoune) to provide users with an All-In-One media player, so it can view images, play videos and audio. Instead of having multiple separate software for each media type, qAllInOne aims on providing one software for all media types. qAllInOne is targeted for everyone, but mainly to people whom install their Operating System from scratch (i.e Gentoo) and want a good Media Player for their GUI system (Gnome, Xfce,LXDE or any x11 based environment), or for people whom simply don't like their default media player which is shipped with their Operating System, qAllInOne is cross-platform (So it can work with Microsoft Windows, Linux, FreeBSD or MacOSx). Developers from everywhere are free to contribute and help with the development of qAllInOne since its Open-Source. qAllInOne is the project I am going to use in order to get a University Scholar-Ship for Computer Engineering (My dream study), that's why I want it to succeed.
24th of July 2014
Since I was very busy lately having exams, I couldn't update qAllInOne until now as I have finished my exams and g...Read more
27th of April 2014
After a long time of waiting, qAllInOne v0.9.8 has been released and includes the following changes:
- Added ...Read more
1st of April 2014
Attempts to build qAllInOne for Apple Mac OSx (Mavericks) were successful, which means that qAllInOne will be released f...Read more
29th of March 2014
qAllInOne binaries will be re-released for both Linux x86 and Linux x86_64, but the Mac OS x version is still under port...Read more