Developer: MapPin Software
Current Version: 3.22
Last Updated: 6 days ago
Download Size: 8.5 MB - Download
Dapper makes transferring your playlists, music and album art from iTunes or a folder on your Mac to your Digital Audio Player easy! You can customize it to your player or choose from built-in DAP definitions. (Eg FiiO, iBasso, HiFiMan, Sony, Onkyo etc) See http://www.map-pin.com/dapper/ for DAP list and more information.
Use a simple slider to select which artists music will be copied to which storage device and see in real-time what amount of storage will be used as a result.
Dapper supports a host of options e.g.:
Multithreaded to copy to two drives simultaneously.
Auto sync on DAP connection.
Clean up OS X files on DAP storage.
Reformat capitalization of filenames.
Artwork extraction to folder.jpg
Sync additional external folder for DSD or FLAC files
Warn when more than nn MB of data will be changed.
Need to convert your FLAC files into iTunes Apple Lossless Audio Codec (ALAC)? - Download FlacTunes here on the App Store.
Please check our website www.map-pin.com/dapper for details about compatibility and testing the app with your specific DAP setup before buying.
Minor bugfix for options tab not showing under older OSX versions.
Most Helpful Reviews
Exactly what I needed - I was looking for an app to use with my Fiio X1 that could handle my existing iTunes library and the new HiRes files I started buying. I tried jRiver Media Center which was much more than I needed and the sync support was just not working. Dapper lets me use my existing iTunes library as-is, has presets for my X1 that set it up exactly as I would want it to, and lets me include the HiRes files that iTunes won’t store. The only glitch with setting it up is I store my music on an external drive and it took a few tries to get it working. It showed multiple copies of my iTunes library with the same modified date, but once I picked the right one, it worked like a charm. So far it’s been a really solid app that does exactly what I need it to.
Great idea, if it worked - Getting one’s files into a non-iPod DAP/DAC is a big pain. What’s needed is exactly what Dapper claims to provide: a way to transfer files from ITunes to the player so that all the files remain organized. Dapper even purports to do playlists as well. However, I was not able implement this program on my MacBook Pro (Yosemite). Contacted customer support who told me that several days to download my files was the fault of the player. Eventually, it didn’t work at all. Support was ultra frustrating. They gave me a refund. I tried manually organizing my files: 10K files plus…no thanks. So I stupidly bought the app store version. Even worse. Sorry, but it just doesnt work and customer support won’t help you through. They will give you the “Nick the company computer guy” treatment though.