Kenbushi Jukebox Software Goes Multilingual

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Lava Software has released Kenbushi 7.5, an update to its free "digital media jukebox" for Mac OS X, Linux and Windows. The new version is available for download now.

Kenbushi helps you access movies, TV, music and other media for browsing, searching and instant playback. You can store media across any number of hard disks, view slideshows on remote devices like your PlayStation Portable, backup data, transfer files between Mac OS X, Windows and Linux, remotely sync folders, share files over the Internet and more.

New to the 7.5 release is support for foreign languages. Kenbushi now supports Dutch, German, French, Spanish and Chinese.

While Kenbushi is free to download and use, Lava Software offers an optional support subscription that entitles you to one year of "premium" tech support by e-mail and subscription to a newsletter for US$14.95 per year.

This story, "Kenbushi Jukebox Software Goes Multilingual" was originally published by Macworld.

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